A Catit water fountain, because some picky cats enjoy running water more than water that sits still, so consider this fountain if your cat prefers to drink water from the tap in your bathroom instead of their water bowl.
A set of lickable cat treats for the cats in your life who have very high standards about the food they eat. My cat is such a picky eater that sometimes I wonder if she goes on regular hunger strikes. Yet, whenever I open this container, she comes running.
A self-cleaning brush that’ll make the act of brushing your fussy cat more managable. This brush has fine teeth that combs every last knot in your cat’s fur while remaining gentle on their skin.
A rainbow string toy, because some cats cannot be bothered by clunky plastic ball toys. String toys will get most cats moving for their recommended amount of play per day.
A Catit grass planter so that your cat has something other than your plant babies to chew on.
An Oxyfresh water additive for the cat in your life who is quite particular about their dental snacks. This water additive is flavorless, meaning that your cat won’t even know that they’re drinking something that will make their breath smell fresh and their teeth and gums stronger.
A probiotic for cats that is the easiest addition to your picky eater’s meals if you’re looking to support your cat’s digestive system. This probiotic comes in a powder form and is tasteless, meaning you can easily sneak this supplement into their wet food.
A claw trimmer for those moments when your cat just won’t sit still as you clip their claws. These clippers are sharp and efficient, meaning they’ll get the job done quickly without splitting your cat’s nails in the process.
A hooded litter box, because many cats prefer privacy when using the WC. This litter box will keep them happy, and it’ll make you happy since it traps odors.
A warming cat bed to provide your cat with a comfortable place to lounge. This bed is perfect for those with cats who only sleep in the places most inconvenient to you, like right on your pillow.
A self-grooming toy for the cat in your life who absolutely cannot stand brushes. This toy will brush any knots in their fur as they walk on by, and calm them at the same time if you choose to fill this toy with catnip.
An elevated food bowl, because some cats actually do not like eating from bowls that are at the same height as the floor.
A mesh shower bag for the feline in your life who resents baths, but needs them. This bag will give you the ability to wash your cat’s fur without having to worry about them running away every five seconds.
A hangable scratch pad, because your cat needs something other than your brand-new rug to file its nails on.
A Burt’s Bees waterless shampoo to help wipe any dirt and debris from your cat after their backyard adventure. This is great for super finicky cats who would not even dare walk past a bath.
A plush purring pillow for cats who need to feel like they’re cuddling something at all times.
An AmazonBasics cat tree that’ll turn into your cats new one-stop-shop for lounging, scratching, and playing with its hammock, pom-poms, and scratch posts.
A Zesty Paws wild Alaskan salmon oil for the picky eater in your life who needs a bit of help moving their lazy bones around. This food additive is great for promoting joint health in cats with arthritis, and giving them a killer shine in their coat at the same time.
A retractable wand with feather attachments, because some cats would rather gaze at birds than play with any of the toys lying around the house. This toy is amazing for stimulating your cat’s hunting instincts while ensuring they get their recommended amount of daily playtime.
A window hammock to give a new resting spot to the cat in your life who would rather lounge on your dining room table during golden hour than in their bed.
An interactive toy maze for the cat who scoffs at mere toy mice. This treat toy is great for keeping your cats engaged and stimulated while you do other things, like tick off chores from your daily to-do list.
A harness and leash that’ll keep your kitties out of harms way while enjoying the great outdoors without ever making them feel restrained.
A pack of rainbow balls if your cat only ever seems to want to play with their toys while you are fast asleep. This toy will give them something to chase, while being completely silent as you catch some Z’s.
And a cat door, because some cats are persistent, and will viciously scratch at a door for as long as they need to until you open it for them. Consider giving them the freedom of mobility with this cat door.
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