Holiday Gifts for Cats

Have you finished your holiday shopping yet? Don’t forget to pick up something for your feline friend! Fluffy may be pampered, but she’s actually quite easy to please. A local Eau Claire, WI vet lists some things that will get that little motor going below. 


If there was ever an all-purrpose gift for our feline pals, it would be the pet bed. You can buy some, or make your own. Hammock beds, condo beds, pet tents, or baskets … they’re all wonderful, as far as Fluffy is concerned!


Your furball will love a bed, but that shouldn’t be her only piece of furniture. Cat towers are great gifts for kitties! Keep Fluffy’s age in mind when you’re shopping. If you have a kitten, pick something that incorporates things like fun toys and ladders. Adult cats may just want something to scratch and nap on, while seniors would likely prefer something that’s easy to get on and off.


We all know that kitties love being pampered. However, they really don’t have expensive tastes. Give Fluffy a few empty boxes after everyone has opened their gifts. It’s probably safe to say your furry pal will be delighted!


It’s always adorable watching Fluffy’s antics when she is enjoying the effects of some ‘nip. Of course, not all cats are susceptible to catnip. If your furball seems unimpressed, try getting her some honeysuckle instead. For reasons that no one is quite sure of, kitties that don’t like catnip often enjoy honeysuckle. 

Kitsription Box

Does your feline buddy go through toys quicker than you can replace them? Keep Fluffy’s motor going all year by signing her up for her own little kitty subscription box.


Don’t forget to put some new playthings in Fluffy’s stocking! Catnip mice and little balls are great, but you can now get your furry friend some really cute high-tech toys. Consider getting your kitty a remote-controlled mouse or an automated laser pointer.


Food is an important part of many holiday celebrations. Give Fluffy something special, like a can of tuna or some shredded cold cuts. Store-bought treats are also fine. Just be sure to stick with safe options. Ask your vet for specific advice.

Please do not hesitate to reach out if ever we can be of assistance, As your local Eau Claire, WI veterinary care clinic, we’re here to help.

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