While you’re shopping, wrapping, and cooking, someone else is peering around the corner, wishing they could get in on the Christmas action. It costs just a little money, and even less time, to include your kitty in the festivities this year. Even if you only get them some healthy cat treats, they’re sure to be thrilled. Chewy.com is the hub for holiday thrills, from treats to toys to even more — so you’re sure to find the perfect gift for your cat in no time. Happy shopping, and Meow-y Christmas from the Pawtracks team!
These simple red and green spring toys from Frisco are the perfect stocking stuffers for your cat — if she stops playing with the stocking, that is! At just over three inches long, these toys are the perfect size to entice kitties into a never-ending game of chase throughout the house. Their bounce might be unpredictable — which makes them so fun for your cat — but they’ll keep frisky felines away from delicate Christmas decor.
If your furry friend is having trouble getting in the holiday spirit, Frisco’s Fair Isle Fleece Lined Dog & Cat Hoodie will help lighten the mood. They’ll stay warm in fleece and polyester while staying stylish in a traditional red-and-white winter sweater. The hood adds an extra layer of warmth (and cuteness!) that’s perfect for the cozy season.
Keeping warm isn’t just for jackets anymore! This ultra-adorable Frisco Novelty Shark Covered Cat & Dog Bed will make you smile just as often as it helps your cat relax. Watch family and friends laugh as your kitty walks right into the shark’s mouth for a good night’s sleep. Joy is what the holidays are all about, after all.
Even outdoor cats can stay warm this winter with K&H Pet Products Outdoor Heated Holiday Gingerbread Cat House. The waterproof vinyl structure is durable in harsh weather and easily accessible, with two entrances so your cat will never be trapped. Its heated bed will keep Kitty warm and cozy, so you can have the peace of mind you deserve.
If you’re ready to splurge for yourself and your cat this Christmas, the Litter-Robot WiFi Enabled Self-Cleaning Litter Box could be perfect for your home. After your cat uses the restroom, the box will automatically comb through the litter to separate the waste from the clean crystals. The accompanying app lets you stay informed about your cat’s bathroom habits at all times, so you’ll always know when it’s time to change the litter or keep an eye on your cat.
While you’re staying up to date on the status of your cat’s litter, you can make sure she’s staying hydrated. A fountain such as Pawoof’s Plastic Cat Fountain is a simple addition to any room that ensures your cat always has fresh water, so you don’t have to worry. You’ll need to refill the fountain, of course, but not nearly as often as you would a regular bowl of standing water.
When Christmas dinner is served, you know your cat will be eyeing the turkey on the table. Instead of letting him stay curious, you can let him have what he wants when you give him Temptations Holiday Dinner Turkey & Sweet Potato Flavor Cat Treats. Kitty’s savory cravings will be satisfied, and before you know it, he’ll be on the hunt for more.
If holiday treats aren’t special enough for your fur baby, try Weruva’s Cats in the Kitchen Meowy & Bright Variety Pack Cat Food Pouches. You’ll get 24 servings (three ounces each) in six delicious flavors, including duck and tuna. Weruva’s ingredients have everything you want in a cat food, including the highest-quality proteins, with none of what you don’t want, including grains and gluten. That’s one more reason to celebrate this holiday!
By including your cat in your Christmas traditions, you’re creating memories that you both will treasure. We hope some of these cat gifts sparked a magical idea, but you can always browse Chewy.com to find the perfect present for your feline friend.
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