Your cats’ stockings are hung by the chimney with care, but they’re EMPTY! What are you waiting for? Fill ’em up!
Here are some quickies that’ll get your Christmas shopping for your fave feline back on track.
Christmas Mouse Elf Catnip Toys
I couldn’t resist these Holiday Elf Mice Cat Toys. Your cat won’t be able to, either.
Silver Vine Catnip
What hashish is to marijuana, Silver Vine is to catnip. It’s more potent, and will often stir a catnip reaction in cats who previously were impervious to catnip.
WARNING: Your cat may get the munchies after her Silver Vine session. Which is why you should include the following with it in the stocking:
This is Buckaroo’s kitty crack. It’s how I trained him to faint like a goat and roll over. Banzai gets this crazed look when he sees them and will sit up and do jazz hands for them. Either would gladly eat himself to death with these.
Pure Bites Cat Treats come in a bunch of different flavors: shrimp, chicken, turkey, salmon, ocean whitefish, beef liver — there’s something in the lineup that will appeal to any cat.
Fancy Feast Broths
Fancy Feast Broths are a special treat that any cat will love to find in his stocking. Banzai has trained me to serve one up to him midday to tide him over between breakfast and lunch. Despite the name, there are plenty of real chunks of meaty matter in addition to the broth.
Fancy Feast Broths are readily available in most grocery stores.
Hill’s Ideal Balance Cat Treats
If you don’t like serving your cat “junk food” treats, try the Hills Ideal Balance Cat Treats.
All three of my cats sit up like meerkats when I rattle the bag, and will do just about any trick I command if it means that score a few.
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