Now the first of my Gift Guides for Christmas 2017 is aimed at feline companions. My cats do have a taste for the finer things in life and I love the idea of giving them a Christmas treat. The first two items on my Christmas gift guide for cats are about looking good, although they both have other benefits too.
Grooming helps rid your cats of unnecessary fur and if you have a long-haired cat you’ll need to do it more often. My cats enjoy being groomed too and Bracken spent about an hour, in the garden, been happily groomed when my niece came to visit a few months ago. So we have been testing the Pet Angel grooming brush. Pet Angel incorporates the same tried and tested technology developed for the incredible Tangle Angel hairbrush.
Whilst we are thinking about looking good, a collar does tend to complete the look I think. Both our cats have been putting the Bioflow Magnetic Cat Collar through its paces. This uses a natural and non-invasive alternative therapy for cats using Central Reverse Polarity magnet technology. Now my two despite their advanced age of 15, still seem to run around like mad things when the urge takes them, so it’s difficult to know if the therapy is working, but I like the idea of something like this helping them through as they get older.
For Christmas dinner for cats I can wholeheartedly recommend Canagan catfood. It’s been a huge success with the cats competing to get their heads into their shared bowl and they have been licking out the tin too. Their food is grain free and has a high meat content. Maybe one of the chicken based tins could stand in for the Christmas turkey: there are a number of chicken varieties and you could have chicken with prawns or perhaps chicken with duck.
A cat has to work off that Christmas lunch somehow and if the weather isn’t suitable for a quick stroll, then maybe a cat toy or two will help your cat get a little exercise. We liked the laser toys from Frolicat: the Dart Duo and the Chatter.
Last in my Christmas gift guide for cats is somewhere cosy to lie and sleep the day away. Our two could do with a new radiator bed to replace their old one which they have pretty much worn out between them and the previous cat. I think a leopard skin look one would be just the thing.