I wish Avery liked catnip as much as the next cat, but he falls into the 25-30% of cats that don't really respond to catnip. Sure, he still loves nibbling on it, and even appreciates the smell, but those adorable after-effects so many cats have to catnip - not my kitty. Unfortunately for me, this means he's pretty unphased by a good catnip toy - no …
Stuff for Cats
Looking for products that'll make life with cats just that little bit easier? If you're on the hunt for cat toys specifically - I'd recommend starting with home alone cat toys; since cats can play with by themselves, these help keep feline boredom at bay. Got a difficult-to-engage, lazy kitty like Avery? Give electronic squeak/chirp cat toys a try.
Want to make indoor cat life as cushy as possible - without breaking the bank? Check out inexpensive cat trees or cardboard cat scratchers. Live in an apartment with an indoor cat? You can maximize space with some of these litter boxes ideal for small apartments, as well as with slim, tall cat trees.
Litter smells stinking up your home? Use try some of these tips to keep litter odours away. Cat scratching destructively? Scratch guards and corner scratching posts may come in handy, unless kitty claws already destroyed your sofa. In that case, don't worry about buying a new one, a pretty couch protector cover thrown on should have your sofa looking good as new.
Lots of amazing products out there to make modern life with cats one heck of a lot richer!
Sometimes, it's hard to get access to a scratching post as soon as you need one. An old one breaks, you're in a hurry, and you just need kitty to be set in terms of scratching until you have the time to pop into the pet store, or wait out the long shipping date it takes to get a nice new cat tree. Other times, it's really not practical to have a …