Create A Kitty Palace With Entirely Pets
June 16, 2014
First step to a kitty palace is definitely a bed. Where do you think the term cat nap comes from? These furry animals need plenty of beauty sleep, so why not give them a comfy cushion to rest their little bodies. I suggest the Petmate Bolster Kennel Pad Small in Oatmeal, $8.89. This bed looks super cozy, and your cat will be happy that you’ve given him a nice place to sleep.
Sleep can only give a cat so much energy. Your kitty also needs cute bowls so that they can munch on their food when their tummies start to growl. Anyone can get old plastic bowls for their food and water, but why not treat your cat like a prince or princess? Get them their very own bowls, so that meal time can feel just as luxurious. I like the Bamboo Feed + Toss Cat Diner, $8.19. They come in a variety of colors. Plus, they prevent odor buildup so your kitty palace will be so fresh and so clean everyday.
Cats have a natural scratching instinct, so a scratcher will basically become their best friends. If you’ve ever seen a cat around catnip, you know that they go crazy for that stuff, so investing in a scratcher with catnip is like giving them gold. Plus, it’ll provide solid entertainment for you. I would get the Catit Style Scratching Board with Catnip, $10.49. Trust me, your kitty is about to worship you for this.
After all that napping and eating, make sure to exercise your cat. I suggest getting either a laser pointer or a teaser. It gives you the perfect opportunity to play with your pet. Plus, they get some running and jumping in to work off that belly they might be developing. A simple ribbon works as a teaser, but I suggest getting Da Bird Cat Toy, $8.99. Wave it in front of your kitty’s face and he/she is bound to give you a show.
Those are the basics of your kitty palace. I think that a cat can never have too much toys, but everyone has to start somewhere. With these four items, your kitty will feel like royalty.