The holidays are here and of course that means it’s time to pick out an amazing present for that special someone in your life - your cat. Many cat owners get their furry felines a present for the holidays. If you’re planning to get something for your cat… why not make it something for you too?
Sure you can get your cat another toy that will inevitably end up lost under your couch. Or you can get a gift that will be loved by your cat, but will also add a little something to your home!
Here are some great gifts for you and your cat, or for the cat lover in your life:
Hidden kitty litter
Your cat’s potty doesn’t have to be an eyesore. Instead, make it just another piece of decor in your home through hidden kitty litter boxes. Kitty litter boxes can be disguised as a plant, or they can double as a bathroom stand and towel holder. Your cat will love the privacy provided by the enclosed space, and you will love the way it looks.
Stylish food and treat storage
Bags of cat food aren’t just messy, they don’t keep well. You might have already upgraded to bins to keep your cat’s food from going stale, but why not take that up a notch and get some great looking pet food jars? Stylish bins and jars like Ore’s, or Harry Barker’s super minimalistic storage canisters will keep your cat’s food fresh, and look great on your countertop.
Of course, you could always get treats and food in awesomely stylish packaging right from the get go. Some pet food packaging, like Pure Vita Pet Food makes the food look like something we’d want to eat ourselves, while others like our very own Tabby James catnip look fantastic on your coffee table.
Portrait of your cat
There are lots of local photographers and studios who can get some professional photos of you and your cat. Some photographers might even come to your home, so you don’t have to stress out your cat by traveling.
If you want a portrait of your cat, but know he’ll never sit still for a camera, why not commission an artist to draw him? Just snap a few quick pictures and send them on to an artist. Etsy is a great place to find artists who do pet portrait commissions, like TheStardustStudio, LisaMayPainting, and MemelArt, to name just a few.
Make this holiday a great one for you and for your cat - give kitty a present that you will love as much as he does
- by Yuliya