5 Cat Products Every Cat Needs In Their Life
I’ll be the first to admit, my cats are spoiled. Their toy bin is overflowing, they have their own dedicated cat-food pantry, and each room as some type of cat furniture in it. Did I mentioned that all three of my heated blankets have been confiscated by them as well? They even have numerous puzzle toys!
Despite their many luxuries, there are some products I have found that stand out from the rest.
1. Metal Litter Scoop
This isn’t a fun one for your cats but it’ll make scooping the litter box a bit less of a chore. Any metal litter scoop works. They’re sturdier than plastic and last longer. I’ve had the same one for years.
2. Yeowww! Catnip Toys
If you’re only going to buy you cat one toy this month, a Yeowww! Catnip Toy is the way to go. These toys are a staple around my house because of their durability and potency.
YEOWWW! Catnip Toy Variety Pack Cigar & Banana & Rainbow on Amazon @ $14.99
3. Karma Cat Toys
These toys are made of felt and made in Nepal with a simple goal: “to provide economic stability for our artisan partners in a way that is environmentally sustainable”. No two toys are exactly alike! I have the 3″ 3 pack of Veggies and the Snake & Mouse set.
4. K&H Heated Cat Bed
Spoil your feline royalty with a heated cat bed. This bed is nice because it only is warm when your cat is in it and responds to your pets natural body temperature to help regular the heat. Despite having two of these, they always seem to fight over the same one…
5. Messy Cats Litter Box Cleaning Brush
Also not a fun thing for your cats but I promise this is worth every penny. I own two of these, one to clean litter boxes and the other to clean my bathtub! It’s no wonder they’re sold out at the time of writing.
And a bonus….
6. Neko Flies
Neko Flies are difficult to get your hands on as they were discontinued in 2019 but if you can get one, do it. I love this toy and am sad to see it no longer being easily obtainable. These toys provided an interchangeable “bug” which moved in a way similar to natural bugs. Some of their attachments also included iridescent plastic which, when combined with the sound, really make it seem like your cat was chasing a bug. The craftsmanship was well done too which is why I had no problem forking over $50 to get my hands on one.
This is the attachment I own. At the time of writing it appears Roarcats still has these in stock for $13.99 (excluding the wand you’ll need) but you can also get them from Amazon.
What products can’t your cat live without? Should we make a list of 5 more products? Let us know in the comments or @WetNosesPetSitting or #WetNosesPetsitting