This time of the year can be hectic for humans and their pets. I encourage you to take a moment to read this article Holiday Gifts You Can Give Your Cat- All Of Them Free. I bet it will give you some ideas of how you can make the season less stressful for your kittehs.
- Remove the catnip cigar (click HERE for product link) from the cat room to the front room. You don’t need to panic when you see the cigar in front of the litter boxes from the corner of your eye.
- Research and buy glass or high quality stainless steel cat bowls per vet’s suggestion. You don’t want Cooper’s feline acne to continue because of him using plastic bowls.
- Make up Marley’s stuffed, frozen Kongs. She needs more entertainment this weekend because she doesn’t like to run in the heavy rain we’ve been getting this week.
If you’ve decorated for the holiday season, I hope everything is still intact! I try to keep our decorations to a minimum. It’s really just an excuse to put out more animal “stuff.” I hope you enjoy the Christmas items I’ve collected over the years.
It has been close to 15 months since Tully went from being a semi-feral barn cat to a house cat. We have put in a lot of time and energy (remember those home-made cat shelves?) into making Tully a confident house cat.
As you can see, Tully is living it up indoors! This fall, our little love bug has discovered how awesome our pellet stove is. So, if he’s not in his favorite bed or couch he is likely in front of the pellet stove keeping warm.