Christmas is many people's favorite time of year, but sadly, cats are often left out of the fun. With a number of plants and foods that are poisonous to them, tree needles and decorations that can hurt them if eaten, and tons of people walking around, there's a lot to be aware of before you launch a cat-friendly Christmas party. If you have a cat and want to include them in this year's festivities, learn how to have a fun and safe holiday here.
Anyone who has a cat knows that they can be fickle -- just try moving their litter box and see how they react. So when buying them a gift, it's good to know what they like, but it can also help to see what other cats are playing with. For some popular gift ideas for your cat, look no further!
Stockings are great -- hanging a sock over the fireplace and filling it with tiny gifts? What could be better? How about filling one up for your cat? Making a stocking for your cat is not only a fun arts and crafts project, it's something everyone in your home can enjoy. Or you can go the store bought route and simply fill a stocking with awesome cat goodies. You can’t go wrong!
Christmas trees are beautiful, but only so long as they remain structurally sound, and if you have a cat constantly eyeballing that sucker, you know they intend to take a climb. If you want to keep your tree intact, this article will give you a few ideas on how to make a smaller cat-friendly tree for your cat to play with, distracting them from the real deal.
If you want to keep your Christmas tree free of feline intervention, there are a number of different strategies you can use to keep them away. Outlining the dangers Christmas trees can pose to cats, how to make a cat-safe tree, and tactics for keeping cats away, this article is sure to keep you, your tree, and your kitty happy.
Winter holidays are always a good time -- a brief respite from the long, cold nights. Why would you have to worry? As it turns out, a lot of what we consider to be fun and festive could be putting our cats in jeopardy. If you're more of a visual learner, check out this infographic, too.
For a little extra help picking out that perfect something for your finicky feline, this article has tons of great ideas. From toys and treats to grooming tools and a high tech dish, there's something on this list for cats of all ages and personalities. Maybe a monthly supply of their favorite premium food like the Fancy Feast Elegant Medleys White Meat Chicken Tuscany Canned Cat Food. Help give your cat the Christmas celebration they deserve.
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