6 Great Holiday Gifts for Cats

Have you decided what to get your cat for the holidays this year? No doubt, thousands of adorable felines will find themselves with new catnip mice over the next few weeks. However, there are lots of other great options for things you can get your kitty! A Wake Forest, NC vet lists a few of them below.


You’ve probably noticed that our feline friends spend a rather excessive amount of time sleeping. Your drowsy pet will definitely appreciate a comfy bed to doze in. Actually, as far as cats are concerned, there really is no such thing as too many beds!

Kitty Fountain

Did you know that many cats prefer to drink running water? Have you ever caught Fluffy drinking from the faucet? If so, your furry pal may enjoy a kitty drinking fountain. (Note: increased or excessive thirst can be indicative of serious medical issues, so if notice that your pet is drinking more than usual, contact your vet right away.)


Cats are very adorable when they are feeling frisky! Playing is actually great for Fluffy. A fun play session offers your feline buddy beneficial mental stimulation. It also helps get her off the couch and moving, which is good for her physically. Look online and in stores for fun new toys you can get your kitty. Catnip bubbles, automated laser pointers, and robotic mice are a few cute options.

Window Seat

Many of our feline friends really enjoy birdwatching. Get your kitty a comfy window seat, so she can relax, watch birds and squirrels, and perhaps daydream about hunting.


Fluffy will definitely benefit from having some things that are all her own. If your kitty doesn’t have a cat tower, consider getting her one. Super frisky felines may appreciate a fun play center. Shy cats may prefer a pet tent or tipi.


Fluffy may have some very specific preferences when it comes to food, but she probably has a few favorite treats. You can buy your cat’s snacks, but you can also make your pet some yummy homemade ones. Try combining undrained tuna in water with plain yogurt and a little parsley. Mix it into a dough, divide it into small portions, and bake at 350 for about 15 minutes.

Happy Holidays! Please reach out to us, your Wake Forest, NC animal clinic, anytime. We’re here to help!

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