Water intake is critical to cat health and we love this fountain as a way to encourage drinking with our cats. This fountain is wireless (so no cords for the kitties to play with ha!) and practically silent.
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We love interactive toys. The movement can sometimes take a little bit for the cats to get used to but it's a great way to provide enrichment!
Simple and effective!
This is great for catching all that shedding hair while also being gentle. The smaller size makes it easier to get under the arms and chest.
This is a great option for gently brushing out loose hair. All of our cats like this type of comb and it's a great way to bond with your cat while also helping prevent mats. For looser mats you can also use the corner of the comb to help pull the mat apart.
Cats don't often need baths but sometimes it's necessary. Our cats are pretty good about being bathed they can get nervous and these booties are like a magic trick! They won't be able to scratch or easily grab a surface to try and climb which can make the bath much quicker and safer for everyone.
There are all kinds of good shampoos/conditions out there, but this is our personal favorite!
Easy to wash with wide stainless steel bowls helps prevent whisker fatigue and is more ergonomically friendly for cats.
For smaller food storage we like this good grips airtight container.
These are great for feeding wet food. We like to have a stack of dishes so we always have a fresh one available while the others are being washed. The low edge is more comfortable for cats to eat out of and the clean very nicely.
These covers fit multiple can sizes and help keep food fresh in-between feedings. Larger cans tend to be more economical in cost.
Our personal favorite for staying on top of all the pet hair!
For larger male cats there is no good way around it - they are big and heavy! If you need a carrier to get to and from the vet this is our recommendation. It can be difficult to carry so if you have trouble one option is to load the carrier into your vehicle and then put your cat inside. Once at the vet they usually are happy to assist with unloading.
Sometimes simple is best....there are a lot of pet beds out there and we keep coming back to a basic sherpa/fleece faux fur pad. The texture is hands down preferred by our cats and the convenience of being machine washable cannot be overlooked! These are advertised as kennel beds but we just lay them throughout the house.