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Looking for a present for your cat? Or know someone who loves cats? I personally am a cat lady. I adore my two fur monsters. However, they are really shy and HATE Christmas, especially the loudness of visitors and the festive fireworks and parties Christmas brings. So what should you get your feline friend this festive season? Here are some ideas for top gifts for your cat this Christmas. Or any time of year.
Top Gifts For Your Cat This Christmas
What would your cats really love for Christmas?
***Warning*** – the following may contain MAJOR CAT SPAM!
My two cats (Joy and Leo) have a definite list they wish to send to Santa Paws. And the following are definitely on it.
1. Something to chase.
Most cats I know love to chase objects. The Catit Roller Circuit contains a small ball that will spin through the tunnels but not come out away from the track. No more losing cat balls under the sofa!
Or for a plastic free ecofriendly toy option, why not try these Beco Catnip Wand toys?
2. Somewhere To Climb and Scratch
Cats love tree towers for so many reasons. This one is a combined scratching post (an absolute must if you have carpets), has a lookout tower (cats adore getting to high spaces) and a hidey-hole for when they just need their own space.
3. A Machine Washable Pet Bed
Pet beds are great, but they do need to be washed regularly. This one is soft and cosy, the cat pictured looks very impressed with its quality.
My girl cat actually prefers the igloo type of cat bed, probably because she feels more safe and protected. I know that she will be spending most of Christmas Day in a bed like this one. Is your cat timid? Maybe they would like one of these too!
4. Some catnip spray
Catnip doesn’t affect all cats, but when your cat is affected they obviously love this potion. I love the name of this one! A spray of catnip can be applied to an old toy, so that you don’t need to keep buying new toys all the time.
Or treat your kitty to this sophisticated catnip bubble kit, which comes in its own tin.
5. Something to help them through the fireworks in the festive season.
If around your neck of the woods is anything like it is here in Leeds, the fireworks are pretty much continuous over the Christmas period. No fun for a nervous cat.
6. Something to Help Them Chill Out
Christmas may be fun for us humans, but all the business and noises of people visiting can really unsettle our cat friends. So why not indulge them with this feline sensory wellness centre? With massage spots for the back and head and catnip area, it could be the thing your cat needs to chill out in their own zone during the festive frenzy.
7. An Easy Way To Groom Them
Most cat owners know that the quickest way to a purr-fest with your feline friend is by a lot of stroking. And why not kill two birds with one stone by grooming them at the same time?
Your favourite puss will therefore LOVE this grooming mitt. Looking sleeker and being stroked at the same time? Yes please!
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