Top 7 Christmas Gifts For Cats
Looking for a Christmas gift for a cat? We have 7 gifts you need to buy to fill up your cats stocking.
1. Yeowww!!!! Tide Candy Cane
I’m a huge fan of Yeowww!!!! toys. They’re a bit pricey but they are durable and can withstand the numerous bite marks, bunny-kicks, and cat slobber. Worth picking up any of their toys, not just their Christmas toys.
2. Advent Calendar
Most pet stores, large box stores included, don’t list their annual advent calendars online unless they have a surplus of them. That means you’ll have to start checking stores around early November if you want to snag one of these hot ticket items. Last year I purchased the Merry and Bright Collection from PetSmart. As with human advent calendars, these came with 25 different toys – some hard, soft, and tinsel toys (those were thrown away). Providing my cats with a new fun toy each day leading up until Christmas.
Merry and Bright Collection from PetSmart
Purina Fancy Feast also did a food advent calendar which is ideal for a pet owner already feeding Fancy Feast. I found these at PetSmart and Target. It does appear they had an online exclusive offering last year that included a small 2020 ornament.
Purina Fancy Feast Advent Calendar
3. Double Decker Holiday Present Tower Cat Scratcher House – XL – Wondershop™
Each year, Target puts out new seasonal cardboard cat scratchers. They always have a few online exclusives so make sure to check online if you don’t see the one you want in store. These are fairly sturdy and are easy to assemble – I do recommend having some extra tape on hand. Currently I still have last years Christmas theater, even if it has a few chunks taken out of it.
This isn’t the same wine you buy off the shelf. Made with filtered water, organic catnip, and organic salmon oil this wine is 100% cat safe.
Also check out their DIY ice cream bar for both cats and dogs.
5. Personalized Letter Cat Toy
I love Etsy because of all the fun things you can find on it, handmade by local artisans. These letter toys are sure be a favorite as they’re catnip infused.
If you don’t like the letter, the seller offers a variety of personalized cat toys for multiple holidays.
6. Christmas Lights Cat Toy
Does kitty like to get into the tree? Why not give them their own string of lights! This string is free from electrical components so they can play until their heart is content.
7. Kitty Coal
For the “naughty” kitty on the list why not stuff their stocking with coal?
Okay, okay this isn’t real coal but rather a cute catnip toy shaped like a piece of coal.
Now that you stocked up on Christmas gifts for your cat, you probably don’t want to have to go and buy new toys for a bit. Here’s how you can keep your pets toys looking like new.