Are you looking forward to the holidays? The holiday season can be just as fun for kitties as it is for people! Fluffy may not only score herself some fun toys and treats, she also gets to play with all those empty boxes after everyone finishes opening gifts! Many pet owners also enjoy getting their pets some gifts of their own. While toys are certainly not losing popularity among our feline friends, there are many other cute gifts you can get your kitty. In this article, a Westland area vet lists some great holiday gift options for cats.
Does your pet love catnip? If so, consider getting her catnip bubbles. Watching your cat chase these bubbles may be just as much fun for you as it is for her!
Did you know that many cats prefer to drink running water? Consider getting your pet a kitty drinking fountain.
As you have probably noticed, cats are quite fond of sleeping. While Fluffy certainly won’t have trouble making herself comfortable on your furniture, she will also enjoy a bed of her own. There’s no law that says your pet should only have one bed, however. Get your kitty a few different ones, and put them in various rooms and sunbeams.
It’s no secret that cats enjoy games and toys that allow them to pretend they are hunting. Chasing, pouncing, and jumping on prey are key to cats’ survival in the wild, but for your housecat, these things are just fun! Consider getting your kitty an automated laser pointer.
Did you know that there are some apps made just for Fluffy to play with? You can download some really cute games for your pet on your tablet. While not all kitties will go for the high-tech entertainment, some of our feline friends really enjoy batting at digital mice!
There are all sorts of options for scratching posts, play centers, kitty condos, and cat towers. If Fluffy doesn’t have any furniture of her own, this would be a great gift!
While some cats prefer live entertainment, in the form of birdwatching, many of our feline friends enjoy watching nature documentaries. Look for DVD sets made just for kitties.
Is your cat due for shots or an examination? Call us, your local Westland area veterinary clinic, today!