It’s almost Christmas, and I wanted to share a few Christmas gift ideas for your pets. While our pets may not understand exactly what Christmas is, they’ll definitely sense our excitement during the holiday season. We always add a few presents under the tree for our fur babies. As a safety note, skip the ribbons and bows since your pet may chew on them and get sick. We have received product or compensation for some or all of the products in this gift guide. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
There are so many different types of pet toys to choose from that it’s hard to pick just one or two. You’ll have to base your choices on what your pet has enjoyed the most in the past. Our kitties are huge fans of catnip toys and our local veterinarian’s office sells catnip blankets made by a local crafter with proceeds being donated to the Humane Society.
Who doesn’t enjoy a nice, soft pet bed? Our kitties love to curl up on their pet bed and relax. A helpful hint: make sure that you purchase a pet bed that has a removable and washable cover so you can keep it clean rather than throw it away when it’s soiled.
Pet Treats and Food
We don’t feed our pets a lot of pet treats because they are a bit more chunky than they should be. However, if your pet is at a healthy weight feel free to add a package of healthy treats to your Christmas gift list. Either way, add in their favorite food when you’re thinking about pet gifts.
While you may not think that a box of cat litter or a new leash would thrill your pet, these are important supplies you need to keep your pet healthy and happy. Pick up Arm & Hammer Clump & Seal Cat Litter with MicroGuard at your local grocery store or mass retailer.
While you’re thinking about what gifts to get your pets for Christmas, have you ever considered adding them to your holiday cards? A recent Arm & Hammer™ Cat Litter “Guard the Litter Box” survey shows that 23% of cat owners – more than 1 in 5 – include their cats in their holiday card. A few other interesting findings:
· 14% of cat owners dress their cat up on Halloween
· 9% of cat owners throw their cat a birthday party
· 6% of cat owners baked their cat a birthday cake
What little ways do you show your pets you care during the holidays?