Top 10 Holiday Gifts for Cats

December 09, 2015

Cats may be picky eaters, but they are easy to please with thoughtful holiday gifts. Here are ten of our favourite holiday finds in the Pounce & Hound Fine Pet Goods shop for your best furry friend!

1. Catnip Felt Christmas Tree

Almost every cat loves catnip, and in a handmade felt tree toy, it's sure to get your kitty in a festive mood. Full of intoxicating organic catnip. Made in Vancouver, BC.

2. Snuggly Kitty Bed

This super snugly cat bed sinches up to just the right relaxing size. Machine washable and filled with cushy recycled pop bottle filling, this beautiful Bowsers pet bed is sure to be your cat's favourite napping spot. Made in Ontario.

3. Cardboard Scratcher

Keeping your cat exercised can be a challenge, but with this Kong Naturals cardboard scratcher, your cat will get fit, have fun, and stay away from the furniture! Recyclable when destroyed.

4. Sleepypod Travel Carriers

Going somewhere? Take your cat with you, in comfort and in style, with a super handy Sleepypod carrier. These well-built spacious carriers are crash tested for safety, strap into your car seatbelt, and some models are even airline approved! Made to last the life of your cat, and the safest carrier out there. Exclusively at Pounce & Hound in Kelowna.

 

5. Felted Wool Funny Toys

These felted wool snakes, fish and caterpillars are feline favourites. Super fun and easily charged with catnip spray, they will become your cats favourite all season toy. Made in Mongolia by fairtrade artisans, with all proceeds going to support the Snow Leopard Trust.

6. Lickable Cat Fountain

A stainless steel cat fountain is a great way to encourage your cat to drink lots of water. Recommended by Dr. Jason for any cat that eats dominantly dry food, so you can avoid crytstal health issues. Washable and durable.

7. Delectable Sustainable Seafood

Treat your best furry friend to a delightful holiday dinner with our client's favourite cat food, Tikicat. Available with mackerel, sardines, line-caught tuna, prawns and crab. Sustainably harvested and canned in Thailand.

 

8. Darling Paw Stocking

Hang this adorable paw shaped stocking by the chimney with care, in hopes that St. Nick will visit your kitty as well!

9. Cork and Feather Cat Toys

Fill the stocking with classic, inexpensive cat toys such as this From the Field cork and feather flyer. Also available in models on wands, for pet parents that don't want to leave the couch! Made in the USA by disabled adults.

10. Airtight Kibble Container

Organize you cat's life and declutter your kitchen with this delightful metal, air proof container from Harry Barker. Cat proof (except for covert cat spies, of course.)

All these awesome cat gifts and more can be found year-round at Pounce & Hound Fine Pet Goods, 2720 Richter Street, Kelowna, BC, Canada. www.PounceandHound.com

come visit! Cats welcome!






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