6 Great Holiday Gift Ideas for Cats

As the holidays approach, many kitties are ‘helping’ their owners wrap gifts and hang decorations. Fluffy may also assist you by supervising your holiday cooking, rubbing against your legs in a show of support, and thoughtfully leaving fur on your furniture to prompt extra cleaning sessions. Your helpful pet definitely deserves a special gift! Catnip mice and feather toys make great gifts, but there are lots of other things you can get your cat. Here, a North Las Vegas, NV vet lists some cute holiday gifts for Fluffy.


Cats certainly do love naps! Our drowsy feline friends can sleep up to 20 hours a day. As one might expect, beds are a great gift for Fluffy. There’s no law that says your furry buddy can only have one bed: your sleepy furball may very well enjoy having options.


Snacks make great stocking-stuffer for kitties. Your feline pal can enjoy plain canned tuna, salmon, or chicken in water; cat treats; or kitty milk. Fluffy can also have shredded deli meat; sodium-free broth; or cooked, boneless meat, fish, or poultry, but you probably don’t want to put those things in her stocking!


Catnip mice are still very popular with our furry overlords. However, there are now lots of adorable modern toys you can get Fluffy. Robotic mice, automatic laser pointers, and catnip bubbles are just a few great ideas.

Window Seat

Many kitties really enjoy birdwatching. Buy or make Fluffy a comfy window seat, so she can watch birds and squirrels, and daydream about being a ferocious hunter.

Veterinary Care

We know, Fluffy would probably rather take a nap than come to see us. However, your furball will be much healthier with regular veterinary care! Make an appointment for your furry pal.


Cats really enjoy having some pieces of furniture that specifically suits their needs … particularly their needs to climb things, catch our sleeves with their claws, and look down at us with those adorable superior looks kitties do so well. A cat tower is a great kitty gift! You can also get Fluffy a pet tent or condo, or even some wall-mounted furniture. If you’re trying to save money, consider going the DIY route. You’ll find some great ideas online!

Happy Holidays! Please contact us, your local North Las Vegas, NV animal hospital, for all your cat’s veterinary care needs.

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