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Christmas Gift Guide For Cats

 by alexandra on 08 Dec 2014 |
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People spend over $350 million on Halloween costumes and treats for their pets! But that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Christmas gifts.

With just a couple of weeks until Christmas, buying your cat the perfect gift is probably on your mind, so to make things easier for you, we've compiled a list of the top five cat gifts for 2014.

1. Costumes
The best part about this time of year is that there are some seriously adorable Christmas outfits on the market right now for your kitty. From Santa's little helper, reindeer and even adorable gingerbread men outfits, there are so many option available. However not all cats love to wear costumes, so why not try some some cute antlers or even an adorable Santa hat. That's if he or she will let you put them on...

2. Scratching posts or jungle gyms
There's going to be alot going on during the Christmas period and chances are your kitty will either recieve LOTS of attention from visitors which can be a little overwhelming or they will be a little bit forgotten with the hustle and bussle of visitors coming and going from your house. A scratching post or jungle gym will give your cat a place to observe the party or a place to play where he or she will feel safe.

3. Collars
From personalised collars to colorful reflective ones perfect for evening walks, these are not only great gifts but they are also ones your beloved kitty can wear everyday. The best thing about collars is that there are so many out there to choose from. You will surely find the right one to suit your pawsome pal.

4. Christmas treats
Whether you buy some Christmas flavoured treats for your furry friend or make them yourself, your cat will not turn his or her head at these once-a-year-treats. Although not all cats like turkey or ham, some will happily gobble it up. However if you're wanting to buy some Christmas treats from a store, most are available if you ask the sales assistants. These are a great option because they are convenient and safe as they will not contain any ingredients which are prone to upsetting their stomach. If you're making treats yourself, then avoid using chocolate, onions, grapes and raisins as these can be toxic. 

5. Toys
From mouse toys to laser pointers, there are few toys out there that your kitty will not love. Cats love treat encasing toys so if you gift one of these to your kitty then try popping some Christmas treats inside. Cats also love a challenge, so interactive toys such as motorised varieties can also be fun. However if you're thinking of DIYing your cat a present, there are plenty of tutorials online to make adorable Christmas themed toys which are safe. Remember adding catnip inside the toys are also an extra special treat that they'll love.


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