This paw print storage bin is shown here in white with blue paw prints. Other colors are available in this same pattern, so you can easily match this bin to your room's decor. The bin shown here is a medium rectangle shape; get this bin in different sizes (small or large) or find your favorite round bin.
This cute storage bin with animal motif is an ideal solution for keeping your pet cat's toys organized and in one place. We use a similar bin to gather our cat's toys and it's funny to see them snuffle around the bin to find the toy they're looking for.
This decorative basket could also be used to store cat belongings like treats (out of reach of whiskers and paws, of course!), medication, holiday outfits, leashes and collars, important pet documents, or other cat-related stuff.
Get a tub of dried catnip and turn any toy, piece of furniture, blanket or cat bed into a fun plaything for your catnip-sensitive kitties. Most cats are sensitive to catnip and owners find their cats becoming extra playful, active, and maybe erratic when exposed to nip. Of our cats, Gumby and Timmy both love catnip; William seldom shows interest.
For sale here is a tub of pure catnip. This can be used in catnip toys that have refillable pockets. It can be used to entice your cat to use a new piece of cat furniture or to introduce your kitty to a new bed. Catnip can even be used to help when introducing a new cat into your household. This tub is sold by From the Field and comes highly rated. Buy the medium 3.5oz tub shown here or pick a different size (larger or smaller) to suit your household's needs.
Can you believe it's been almost 9 years since Grumpy Cat hit the scene? The mixed breed kitty, named Tardar Sauce, became an Internet celebrity when her photo was first posted on Reddit in September 2012. Her permanently grumpy facial expression was attributed to a form of feline dwarfism.
This cute cloth cat toy is an officially licensed stylized cartoon image of the famous kitty. The egg-shaped toy has little kitty ears and an enticing fuzzy tail. This is fun for fans of Grumpy Cat and their feline pals.
During colder months, our cats love to find a warm spot to nap. Sunbeams are the best. When those aren't available, our cats gravitate to soft and snuggly surfaces, especially the fluffy plush blanket we have on our bed. Blankets made just for cats are typically small, for ease of care, and have a soft, plush surface that is perfect for snuggling and self-warming. Here are some top pick pet blankets.
This is an affordable set of three blankets. The small size (23" x 16") makes them perfect to place in pet beds, on cat furniture, or tucked in your kitty's favorite spots. The small size makes them easy to clean, too. These blankets are available in a variety of different colors so you can pick a set that matches your home decor, or your cat's coat.
This adorable microfiber blanket has a fun tortilla or burrito print on one side. We actually got this cute little blanket four ourselves, and as soon as I put it on our bed, all of our cats were interested. Later I found them laying on it, comfortably snuggled. Beware, you might be inclined to make a purrito out of your kitty when you get this cute burrito blanket.
This quilted pet bed is a non-electric style of "self-heating" blanket with an internal thermal sheet that holds in your pet's body heat to keep them snug and warm. The thermal blanket comes in a variety of colors and styles to fit with your home decor or to best match your pet's fur.
2020 was the year that our cats stepped up to help their people get through some dark days. The comfort of our pets was amplified when we went into lockdown or quarantine. Isolation felt less isolated with our purring pals with us. And we pampered our pets this year, too. Here are our best sellers for 2020.
This top-seller is a great way to keep your cat's litter box out of sight without it taking up precious space in your home. The litter box fits inside this bench, giving you extra sitting space and kitty privacy when using the box. White was the best-seller but you can get this one in grey or brown to best suit your home decor.
We've had a self-grooming brush arch like this one for about four years, and it's holding up very well although our cats don't really use it as intended.
Our arch brush sits in our living room. Rather than using it for self-brushing, our boys Gumby and especially Timmy like to lay under it or next to it. Timmy will sometimes use it to brush the inside of his mouth (in other words, he bites or munches on it). Despite this misuse, the brush hasn't shed any bristles and still looks pretty much brand new.
This small piece of cat furniture doesn't take up a lot of space and it seems to bring comfort to our kitties, so I'd say that's a win. Lots of consumers do report their cats like using it for self-grooming.
Our self-grooming arch was easy to assemble, with the brush ends fitting easily into the base. This product for cats is advertised as a three-in-one item: the brush is a groomer, the carpet base is a scratcher, and when you add catnip, it's a toy. We'd have to say the three functions it serves here are: ineffective hiding spot, comfort napping zone, and mouth scratcher.
This set of three suction cup bowls was designed for kids to help prevent messes at baby's mealtime. They can also serve as pet bowls and users have reported success using these as both water and food bowls for cats who have been known to knock things over just for fun. If you have a cat like this, suction cup bowls like these might be your best solution!
This is a set of three bowls with suction cup bottoms. They are meant to stick on smooth surface, like a floor or tray. Cat owners have placed them on countertops with success as well.
The bowls come in three different sizes and the set includes a lid for the smallest bowl. While they are meant to suction to a surface in order to prevent movement, the suction has a small tab to make removal by adult human hands easy enough. The suction bowls are made of easy to clean BPA-free plastic and are microwave safe and safe for use on the top rack of the dishwasher.
Give your kitty her own Christmas tree this season. Maybe she'll leave yours alone, then! (If not, you can try a cat-proof tree solution or alternative). Rotating your cat's furniture (as well as toys) is a great way to keep kitty interested and engaged and burning her energy with appropriate play. So use these Christmas-themed cat trees as part cat enrichment, part holiday decor for your home.
This is a holiday novelty cat tree but it has some great features that you'd expect to find on any piece of cat furniture. The bottom part of the main post is wrapped in sisal, while the tree-shaped top has a plush carpet surface. The different materials add scratching interest. Attached and dangling toys also add interest. The wide base makes this a sturdy piece of cat furniture.
This is a cute multi-level Christmas tree shaped cat tree with soft faux fur levels. The base has a sisal rope surface to encourage proper scratching. Toys hang, dangle, or can be hidden in several spots on the tree. This piece is easy to assemble and users report that it can be disassembled for storage once Christmas is over.
Indoor kitties can enjoy a taste of the outdoors when you offer them cat grass. Our previous cats were real cat grass connoisseurs and we'd often have a small planter available for them upon which to munch. Sometimes they'd get out of balance and the grass would make them vomit, so we'd have to keep an eye on them. Some cats love grass and use it to keep their digestive systems in balance. If you think you'd like to offer your indoor cats a taste of cat grass, this affordable pack of three window planters is a great way to try it out.
With this purchase you'll get three bags for window planters, along with wheatgrass seed, also known as cat grass. Follow the easy instructions to get started and within a week or so you'll be read to serve up some grass to your kitty.
Almost four years ago we featured this sturdy sisal scratching post that our cats loved. This year we realized this extremely popular scratching post was showing serious signs of wear and it might be a good idea to replace it.
Sisal rope scratching posts are often preferred by cats because of the material's feel. Owners like it because it's a sturdy and long-lasting substance. But sisal can only hold on for so long. It's a natural rope material made of an agave plant and with extensive use, wear is expected.
All three of our boys use this scratching post multiple times each day. The post is tall so they can really stretch out when they scratch their front paws on this post.
With the extensive wear, we decided to purchase a replacement post. Besides the obvious wear to the sisal, you can see how the post became discolored after years of use and abuse from little kitty paws.
Our cats took to the new post immediately, recognizing it is a special piece of furniture just for them.
On the old scratching post, you can see that the most wear is towards the top. My next project is to see if I can flip the base and the top on the old post and place it somewhere else in our house for twice the scratching fun for our boys.