Drinkwell Steel Water Fountain for Cats

Does your kitty love running water? You don't have to leave a tap on all day to keep your cat happy. Consider buying a purpose-made cat fountain water dish like this one for your water-loving feline!

ZoomGroom Massaging Cat Grooming Brush

The ZoomGroom massaging brush does two things very well. It removes hair from your pet, and it massages your pet's skin, making him or her want to come back for more.

Foam Pet Steps for Cats

If your feline pal is an older kitty, or has health issues that keep the extra spring out of his or her step, consider getting a set of pet stairs like these to make kitty's life more comfortable.

Treat Hot Spots & Mange with Natural EcoSpot

Mange is a skin disease caused by mites. Mange can be fairly common in dogs, but it can also be found in cats. Finding the right treatment when your cat has mange is important; a common treatment is actually toxic to cats.

Affordable Litter Mat Alternative

What do you look for in a litter box mat? It's got one main job: to keep litter from scattering all over the place. It would also be nice if it didn't clash with its surroundings, and it fit snugly in the space it needs to fill. Instead of buying a "litter box mat", which may or may not fulfill any of these criteria, consider using a yoga mat!

Crinkle Fun Play Tunnel for Cats

Cats love to find hiding places and their natural curiosity gives them a desire to explore. Large interactive toys like this fun tunnel fulfill these natural cat tendencies.

Extremely Long Handled Cat Box Scoop

Save your back with an extremely long-handled litter box scooper like this unit from Sand Dipper. The handle is over 2 feet long!

Wall-Mounted Self-Grooming Brush for Cats

This is a small self-groomer / massager for cats that you install using adhesive pads. This particular unit is great because you can attach it to a flat wall or a corner -- whatever will work best for you and your cat.

Excel Hydrocortisone Topical Skin Spray

Our tuxedo cat Gumby is FIV+. It may be due to his condition that he suffers from terrible allergies that used to leave his skin in pretty bad shape. When we first had him as our foster kitty, he had bumps on his skin at the base of his tail and at his haunches. We could see he was in misery from the itching -- it was awful. It was recommended we ask the vet for a steroid shot to help relieve the itching. This did wonders for his comfort, but we still had to get to the bottom of the skin issues.Something else that helps with skin irritations and allergies is this topical hydrocortisone spray from Excel.

Thundershirt Comfort Wear for Cats

Does your cat feel anxiety in certain stressful situations? The Thundershirt is designed to help keep cats calm by applying gentle and constant pressure around the cat's torso.