What are some good Christmas presents for cats?

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What are some good Christmas presents for cats?

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Sally Cathy

Behold, the ultimate list of funny and thoughtful cat gifts for any occasion! I have some spoiled rats cats that are always getting something new and exciting to explore or play with. Cats have a natural curiosity for anything new, especially toys and scratching posts, so hope you find this list helpful:

  • Scratching posts – budget-friendly small ones are great for small apartments, or if you’re into spending your entire Christmas budget, there are some fancy designer cat scratching posts as well.
 
  • Cat brush or massage tool – There are plenty of new types of cat massage/brush-type combing tools that can quickly become your cat’s favorite gift–less hairballs and fur on the sofa for you as well, so double-whammy gift.
  • Cat toys, of course – you know your cats better than anyone, so if a toy mouse or other cloth toy will provide amusement, these always make for great stocking stuffers. Sometimes cats even can just get the stockings, which are fun to play with (cats will really play with anything, even if it will cause electrocution). One toy our cats love is a fishing rod with a mouse on the end of it that we picked up at Petco a while back. This is not the exact one, but it’s very similar:
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L C

Cats enjoy a lot of new smells and new things. Anything that you give them, whether it’s an empty shoe box or a fancy scratching post skyscraper, they’ll appreciate it for about the same amount of time. The best gift you can give your cat is the kind of gift that keeps on giving: grooming tools.

Your cat loves to be groomed, so rather than getting them toys that will get lost under the couch, or a scratching post that serves as a jumping off point to damage nearby antiques, consider getting your cats a nice brush.

One of the best types of brushes you can offer your cat is a slicker brush, which has wires that help to remove loose hairs and massage the skin. Round-head slicker brushes are a good idea to use rather than the square ones since they are easy to maneuver with when grooming your cat. Brushes are low-cost and a gift that your cat will enjoy for a much longer time.

Cat treats are also a good stocking stuffer. If you get a nice mix of cat treats and a couple of small mice toys in the mix, you’ll have the kitty equivalent of a classy fruit basket for your cat.

If your cat is used to being spoiled, consider designer scratching post skyscrapers.

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What do you think about some accessories for collars? I have been making some small cute lapel pins for this purpose using the service on http://www.pinsource.com/ You can easily make your own designs for different purposes. I think you might like this idea too

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