All cats, all the time. Well, at least this week. There was quite a few cat products and more than a handful caught my eye, though I tried to pare it down to a more manageable list for this week.
First, even though it doesn't seem the most exciting, is a litter box. Fact is, if you have a cat you need one. And anyone who's had to clean up after a cat using the litter box will appreciate this one from SmartCat. First, high sides. Sweeping is obnoxious enough without feeling compelled to do so every time your cat kicks litter out of the box, and since that's a basic instinct for the felines, I can't really blame our furry friends. Might as well work around it with high sides that prevent it from getting knocked out. Second, wide-brimmed sides. I feel like I could actually pick this litter box up without playing the whole dancing-on-my-fingertips game I've always felt when cleaning one out. Plus, blue. My favorite color.
Second, self-grooming cat brush. I mean, cats are already self-grooming for the most part, but it doesn't always end well for them if they have to do it all themselves, especially the long haired breeds. Hairballs. This brush comes with catnip and clips to a solid surface so your cat can rub up against it. The soft rubber bristles both clean and massage your cat. So they probably think they're getting a day at the spa while you're just happy that you don't have to brush them and hopefully you'll have fewer cat-hair related issues.
Third, I'm starting to think I really love Imperial Cat. They make such fun stuff, and having an office full of cats sounds amazing. This one is a combo cat scratcher and bed. And it's made of cardboard, so you know your cat will use it more than their designated soft plush bed. The last cat I lived with absolutely adored her bed scratcher and spent much of her lounging day there. I happen to think the whale is hilariously adorable, and I suspect the cat will like the "hidey hole" in it as well.
Have a great weekend!
We'll continue the theme of dentistry as it's still February and therefore National Pet Dental Health Month. As much as things like dry food, daily bones or rawhide, and well-loved rope toys can help with your pet's dental health, brushing their teeth is still the most effective way to keep their pearly whites white and disease-free. [...]