6 Cute Holiday Gifts for Cats

Have you finished your holiday shopping yet? Have you decided what to get your kitty? Fluffy may not know—or care—about the holidays, but she will definitely be happy to find herself with a few special gifts. Below, a local North Phoenix, AZ vet suggests some great presents for cats.


Kitties are adorable when they are feeling playful! Batting that catnip mouse around isn’t just fun for your pet, though: it’s actually great for her. Playing gets your sleepy furball up and moving, which is very beneficial for her physically. Playing is also great for Fluffy’s mind: after all, your kitty has to concentrate to time those tricky pounces just right. Fill your cat’s stockings with lots of cute toys, and play with her regularly.


One of the easiest ways to pamper your feline pal is to offer her a variety of comfy beds to snuggle up in. Fluffy may choose one spot for her morning naps, and move somewhere else for her afternoon snooze.

Window Seat

Do you keep your cat indoors? If so, that’s great! Kitties are both safer and healthier living inside, where they aren’t exposed to the dangers posed by cars, predators, weather, and other threats. Fluffy will still enjoy watching birds and squirrels, though. Make your pet a comfy window seat. Instant happy cat!

Kitty Furniture

While Fluffy doesn’t mind getting comfy on our beds and sofas, she’d be delighted to get something she doesn’t have to share with her humans. Cat towers, pet tents, and activity centers can all make great gifts for your adorable pet.


Those delicious holiday meals are part of many seasonal celebrations. Keep your kitty purring and happy by offering her a special treat. Some good options are plain, canned tuna, chicken, or salmon in water; unseasoned, cooked meat, fish, or poultry, with the bones, skin, and fat removed; and cat milk. Ask your vet for more information.

Kitty Garden

Give your kitty a taste of nature by making her a little garden of her own. A bright corner, spare room, or patio would make a great spot for Fluffy’s private garden. Catnip, cat grass, and rubber trees are all great options. You can find more non-toxic plants at the ASPCA website.

Happy Holidays! Please contact us, your North Phoenix, AZ veterinary clinic, anytime. We are here to help!

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