Have you finished your holiday shopping yet? Or are you planning on one hectic, last minute trip? Don’t forget to pick up a few things for your kitty! Fluffy definitely deserves a few gifts of her own. After all, her adorable antics, charming vocalizations, and cute quirks make her a wonderful pet. Read on for some great gift suggestions from a local Rochester, NY vet.
Playing is great for kitties: it gets Fluffy up and moving, keeps her entertained, and provides her with beneficial mental stimulation. Pick up some fun new toys for your furry buddy to bat around.
Just like people, kitties really enjoy having a special snack now and then. Canned tuna, salmon, or chicken in water is a great treat. You can also offer your furball shredded deli meat; cat milk; or cooked, plain meat, fish, or chicken without skin, bones, or fat.
In the wild, kitties climb trees to escape predators, and to get a better look at what’s going on around them. Trees also make convenient nail-care stations for our feline friends. Fluffy probably won’t find a full-sized tree growing inside your home, so get her the next best thing: a cat tower. If you want to save money, consider going the DIY route, and making one. Look online for great ideas and step-by-step instructions.
There are some really cute modern toys you can get your cat. Download some apps for Fluffy to play on your phone or tablet, or order her some DVDs made just for kitties. You can also pamper your pet with robotic mice or automated laser pointers.
Cats are both safer and healthier living indoors, where they are safe from the dangers posed by cars, weather, predators, and other hazards. A window seat is a great gift for Fluffy! Your kitty will be able to sunbathe, relax, and watch birds and squirrels while staying safe and sound indoors.
Sleeping is one of Fluffy’s favorite pastimes. Actually, cats sleep more than almost any other mammal on the planet. A new bed would make a great gift for your drowsy pet! Even if your kitty already has a bed, she’d likely be thrilled to find herself with another one.
Happy Holidays! Please contact us here at your Rochester, NY pet hospital, for all your cat’s veterinary care needs.