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    1. A self-warming bed with heat reflecting technology that your cat can cinnamon swirl its way into for epic comfort and warmth.

    Reviewer's cat sitting in the bed

    Promising review: "I had to order a second bed, because my two cats are fighting over the first one I bought. But honestly, it's been kinda funny watching the battles. Trust me, your cat(s) will love this bed." —Leslie D. Van Damme

    Price: $31.51 (available in three variations and five sizes)

    2. Salmon sticks treats to give your feline friend once a day, packaged for maximum freshness and pure kitty euphoria. Your cat will go to town on these and respect you a *little* more.

    Promising review: "My little house panther, Suki Rai, is a little demon and will eat anything. THESE ARE HER ABSOLUTE FAVORITE CAT TREAT OUT THERE. She knows where I keep them and when she wants a snack she will go to the closet, sit at the door or stretch for the handle, and meow until I give into the cuteness and give her one. I have never seen Suki so crazy about anything other then her catnip cigar, until these meat stick cat treats. So bravo to the makers, you have made a killing with me because they are the only treat I buy for her now." —Rae1738

    Price: $15.90 (or Subscribe and Save for $15.11/month)

    3. Irresistible cat treats that are crunchy on the outside and soft and creamy on the inside — so delicious it will dilate your cat's pupils to full happy mode.,

    Promising review: "OMG! Our cats go all kinds of crazy cute over this tempting treat. If you want to bring out the adorable, the super cute, the absolutely most endearing behavior your cats have to offer, bust out these kitty treats. They will beg and beg for more." —Crystal

    Price: $8.24 (or Subscribe and Save for $7.83/month)

    4. A mentally stimulating, interactive tower game with three levels of tracks and three bright, moving balls that will satisfy your cat's hunting instincts. If you move the balls for them, you can even *GASP* bond with them.

    Reviewer's cat playing with the interactive toy with included balls

    Promising review: "This is by far the best investment in a toy that I have ever made for my cat. He loves interaction with it and did not like other ball chasers in the past. The balls glide around smoothly and his paws don't get stuck in the tracks. Balls are brightly colored and easy to see for my one-eyed little boy who has depth perception issues with his vision. I hear him playing with it at least a few times a day, and I tell you the honest truth, as I'm writing this review, he just went over and laid next to it and swatted a ball, just this minute!" —Fussy New Yorker

    Price: $9.35

    5. A 2-in-1 scratch and nap hammock for prime lounging and a way to keep cats' claws trimmed. BONUS: Even the chonkiest of chonks can rest on this sturdy device.

    Reviewer's cat sitting on the scratch hammock

    Promising review: "Purchased two for my fur baby. He loved the big boxes they came in, the packaging paper and the actual scratcher! He jumped out of the box to enjoy his new gifts. If your cat loves scratching, this is the way to go.

    He scratched every side of it within the first 10 minutes. I would recommend getting two so that your cat can comfortably stretch out!" —Nikki

    Price: $22.72 (available in seven styles)

    6. A digging enrichment toy designed as a slow feeder to help greedy eaters slow the heck down! This cat puzzle will encourage your cat to use sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing to stimulate their natural instincts indoors.

    Reviewer's cat playing with the interactive toy

    Promising review: "I've had my eye on this for a while, and I'm so glad I finally got it. It is well-made, and even though it is a simple concept, it is great enrichment for my kitty. I can see how much he enjoys the stimulation of 'digging out' and 'catching' his treats like prey, and it's rather entertaining to watch. I do have to keep an eye out for the dog, who has grown to appreciate this toy as well, because she sits next to the cat while he retrieves the treats, then jumps in and steals them after he does all the work!" —kaz003

    Price: $14.99

    7. A flower water fountain with three different settings for picky cat drinkers that offers filtered, fresh, better tasting water for the feline royalty of your household.

    Reviewer's cat drinking from the water fountain

    Promising review: "Your cat(s) will seriously love this fountain. At one point, I had to clean out the fountain, since the filter had to be replaced and after I left a bowl of water for my cats, they were still persistent and clawed at the fountain because that's the only place they wanted water from!" —Kevin

    Price: $27.99

    8. A hardcore de-shedding grooming brush that will remove loose undercoat hair without cutting skin or damaging the topcoat. Your cat will feel soft, hairball-free, and grateful to their human for such a glorious invention.

    Reviewer's cat next to its large pile of fur that's been removed with the brush

    Promising review: "We have a 4-year-old Maine Coon with lots of fur and hair balls. We brush him daily, but this device/brush has changed our life! Pictured is literally our first brushing of him with the new comb. If you have a shedding cat, this is your brush! It’s gentle and does the job x10!" —Angela

    Price: $29.95

    9. Clumping kitty litter with a mountain spring scent that'll leave your cat feeling clean and fresh when doing their business. Oh, and it doesn't leave a cloud of dust when you scoop. A win for all parties involved.

    The litter

    Promising review: "Let me first say, this cat litter is AMAZING!!! Fresh Step keeps the litter box odors away all month long for five indoor cats. It's lighter on dust than any other cat litter we have used and we've tried them all. The scent is not overpowering and the granules are quite small (helpful for older cats that have painful joints). Does it clump? You bet it does! If you scoop right after they pee, then the clumps are not as solid but left to sit a few hours the clumps are hard balls." —kindlecustomer

    Price: $8.88

    10. Pill pocket treats you can hide medication in (!!!) so you can stop crushing pills into powder and avoid claws from coming near your face. Your cat will love the taste and smell and consider their medication a treat.

    Reviewer's cats digging at the pill pocket treats

    Promising review: "Absolutely thankful for this product. My little Calico pictured is on medication right now and I have been struggling to get her to eat them. I finally decided to look back into these Pill Pockets after many many years forgetting they existed. She could smell it from the second I opened the bag and didn't waste any time gobbling it up. Normally when I try to trick her into eating a pill she'll sniff at the food a couple times before deciding she's going to try and eat it, but there was no hesitation." —Rayne

    Price: $6.49 (or Subscribe and Save for $6.17/month)

    11. An infinity scratcher for stress relief, ultimate lazy lounging, and maintaining healthy claws. AND you can turn it upside down, lasting twice as long for an even happier feline.

    Reviewer's cat laying on the scratcher

    Promising review: "I have two 25-pound Siberian cats who love these lounges. We purchased one of these a while ago and they fought over it. We bought a second one in months later and pushed them together to form a wider lounge and they LOVED it. They can now lay on it together AND like to sleep on it 'sprawled' out separately. It is slightly pricey for essentially a cardboard lounge chair, but for the amount of use we get out of it, it's worth the cost. We've had them for over a year now with daily use by our two huge cats, and they still look pretty good. The edges are a little rough from wear and tear, but nothing that has to be hidden when guests come over."

    Price: $49.95

    12. Easily digestible freeze-dried tuna treats made with only one ingredient — optimal for living a healthy, fancy life filled with endless scratches and delicious nuggets of bliss.

    Reviewer's cat staring at the treats

    Promising review: "My cat will come running when she sees the bag. I dare not refuse her one. Tangling with a full size tiger might be safer! Will not conduct the experiment." —tprin

    Price: $5.49 (or Subscribe and Save for $5.22/month)

    13. A tunnel bed that your cat can escape in and avoid all human contact like a true introvert. The zip-together combination play tunnel and cozy nap spot is purrfect for keeping your kitty entertained and comfy. Did we mention it collapses for easy travel? A true star.

    Reviewer's cat sitting in the tunnel bed

    Promising review: "Just got this today and my cat LOVES it! I couldn’t even get it put together before she was running inside of it. I really love the fact that this tunnel isn’t noisy. Its so quiet! It’s made out of fabric and not the loud crinkly plastic stuff most tunnels seem to be made out of. I will never buy another cat tunnel that isn’t covered with fabric. The only downside for me was putting it together. It was hard to get the zippers connected properly with a cat paw swatting me lol. I would recommend putting this together before your cat sees it." —mikarab

    Price: $37.99

    14. A plush bottle of wine toy filled with catnip that will make your cat jump, roll, play, and chat. The bottles have two olfactory attractants that'll make your cat go absolutely WILD (in a good way) and sing your praises (just not in front of you obviously).

    Reviewer's cat laying with the wine bottle plush toy

    Promising review: "I bought this on pure impulse. I love wine and may also have been drinking wine when I bought this. These are HILARIOUS. They are pretty big as you can see — my tripod cat is ~12 pounds - and pretty potent. The cats were circling the box they came in and immediately pounced on them as soon as I got them out of the box! They have a zipper so you can re-fill the bottles with more silvervine/catnip as it loses potency. They are surprisingly high quality. A good impulse purchase!!" —Philosophical Swimmer

    Price: $20.88

    15. A thoughtfully designed plant-like litter box, because this'll offer a lot of private space for your cat to ignore you and do its business. They will feel safe and secure and enjoy their upgraded big, spacious bathroom — and you will love not seeing a traditional litter box in your home.

    The planter-like litter box that's perfectly blended in the reviewer's home

    Promising review: "After four different styles of litter boxes, this one is the winner! More space than most standard boxes and super easy to take apart and clean. The plant is realistic and the pebbles it comes with weigh down the top fairly well. You really don’t need to purchase liner or the feeding trays you see on here, I purchased one and it was too small for the litter box but if you’re good about keeping your litter box clean this is fairly easy to take outside and wash down. My only complaint is the tabs inside lid meet the box itself, they can come undone if you move the box which will cause urine to accumulate in the lip of the lid/box. As long as the lid is properly attached and aligned, it’s pee-free and bye-bye ugly litter boxes. Great find, great price." —Tyler Cutro

    Price: $79.95

    16. A safe and reliable window hammock perch your kitty can lounge on and enjoy a casual sunbath and a (hopefully) decent view. In extra good news, this baby can hold up to 40 pounds - which means chonkers are welcome and humans can rest easy.

    Reviewer's cat sitting on the hammock

    Promising review: "Absolutely love this window perch! My cat is on the chunkier side. He’s a healthy 16-17 lbs. I was a little hesitant that this wouldn’t hold him, but purchased it anyway because of all the great reviews. It did not disappoint! I put it together this morning. Took about 10 minutes. The suction cups are very sturdy." —Christina

    Price: $19.99

    17. A self-grooming wall brush that collects loose hair and includes catnip in the inner hair brush compartment as extra incentive. Kitties of all kinds will be able to groom and get pet at the same time, without ever having a human bother them. Sounds like a dream.

    Promising review: "I didn't think adhesion would stick not because of product by my apartment walls are weird and have a different wall texture. But this hold flawlessly and kitty loves scratching on it. Great product. Note: no catnip was added and she immediately went for scratching. A+. Thanks." —Guilmer

    Price: $5.86

    18. Premium cat grass seed you can grow in your house to help control hairballs and aid digestive issues for your kitty. It grows wheat grass in five to seven days and comes in a resealable bag for ultimate freshness.

    Reviewer's cat sitting in the grass

    Promising review: "I bought these grass seeds to plant a grass bed for my cat to put out on her patio. This was the absolute best purchase! I was absolutely AMAZED at how quickly this grass grew AND how thick it was! My cat absolutely LOVED it too! She loved eating it and laying in it, as you can see in the photos! I have no complaints with this product whatsoever. I will be buying this again and again and again!" —McKenna P.

    Price: $9.99

    19. A mechanical fish toy built with a touch sensor, which moves as soon as your cat touches the fish. It swings, makes a sound, and entertains your pet (and you) for hours. A bonus: You can also charge it with a USB cable.

    Promising review: "This cat toy is so cute, I recommend! My cat is picky. I have tried to get my cat interested in many cat toys - squeaky mice, balls with bells in them, feathers...he just doesn’t like most toys. So, I thought id give it a try and get him something that moves on its own. Inside the box is the fish, catnip sachet, and charging cable. In the belly of the fish, there is a Velcro pouch where the power unit is and where you can put the little catnip sachet. The fish will flop around for a few seconds, then stop and repeat on and off. It isn’t loud, but the fish motor does make a mechanical noise when it's flopping around. Well, I was surprised that he loves this toy! I let him play for a little bit and take it away so he doesn’t get bored. Overall, I recommend this toy. It’s cute, affordable, and most of all makes my cat happy." —Katherine

    Price: $17.99+

    20. An avocado chew toy made with mesh material that works like a floss to help clean your cat's teeth without you having to risk your fingers yourself. The lightweight avocado toy also contains catnip which will make your cat bat, swat, and pounce to her heart's content.

    Reviewer's cat playing with the avocado plush toy

    Promising review: "This is my kitten Juniper's FAVORITE toy! She randomly started to play fetch and this is the only toy she plays fetch with. She's always carrying it around in her mouth. She's randomly woken me up by dropping this toy on my face because she wants to play fetch, haha. I'll definitely buy another one once the one I have gets worn out." —Jaimee

    Price: $3.99

    21. A cute, durable cactus scratch post for the toughest of play. It will provide hours of entertainment for your feline, even if he's bored.

    Reviewer's cat sitting on the cactus-themed perch

    Promising review: "I was looking for a cute scratch post that would integrate into my decor and obviously be functional. This cactus post is super cute and my cat loves it already - the photo is just minutes after opening it and putting it together. Can’t speak to its durability yet, but it seems very sturdy!" —Lauren Smith

    Price: $39.98

    22. A two-bowl feeding set with curved edges, so even the messiest of cats won't spill their food and water on the floor. The bowls are also easier to get food and water, which promotes the flow of food from the mouth to the stomach and makes swallowing easy.

    Reviewer's cat eating out of the two-bowl set

    Promising review: "I bought this product for my two cats. My 10-month-old kitty has a bad habit of spilling over the food and water dishes. Also, the dishes I previously had are small so I’m constantly refilling their food and water. I love the size of this dish, it holds a great amount of food and almost a 16 oz water bottle of water. I like how the tray catches any dropped food because my cats are messy eaters. This product has a very nice look to it which is a bonus! I give it two thumbs up!" —Catherine

    Price: $12.99

    23. Decorative canopy shelves that will keep your curious kitten occupied with play and also provide a napping spot at the same time — while perhaps leaving your actual plants alone.

    Reviewer's cat sitting in the canopy shelf

    Promising review: "I have a super rambunctious indoor cat who's been unhappy ever since moving to an apartment in the city, where he doesn't have his squirrels to watch. He has plenty of ground-level toys, but one by one he stopped using them. The vet recommended more areas where he could climb and hide – but my apartment doesn't have room for a cat tree. Enter these shelves.

    They look good enough to hang in my bedroom – which is important in a small space. They're sturdy and well made. And my cat LOVES them! The leaves are attached to form a sort of canopy, so they serve as a hiding place. I really think these shelves register as a 'tree' for cats. My boy’s eyes light up like he's in the jungle. He goes crazy batting at the leaves and jumping from one shelf to another. The surface is carpeted, so it makes a great scratching post too. And he naps up there all the time. I'm so relieved to see my cat have a place to call his own – he seems so much happier. I wish I’d bought these as soon as I moved. If you have a small space and a hyper indoor cat, I can’t recommend these enough!" —SBaker

    Price: $44.99 for a set of two

    24. A super stealthy kitty pass that your cat can use to enter their top secret room to...aka the room to do their private business. Oh, and it's completely safe — no hidden nails or jagged edges.

    Reviewer's cat leaving the cat-shaped door hole

    Promising review: "We love this! This is probably the coolest pet door ever designed! Installation is pretty straight forward. When tracing the paper template outline that you will cut, stay true to the outline. The actual front/back piece is wide enough to forgive your cut lines but you don't want to take too much advantage of that.

    Overall this was easy to install and it will bring a smile to everyones face after it's on! Our cat started to use it instantly and he will sometimes lay just inside the door and watch people pass him." —Townsend5

    Price: $34.95

    25. An outdoor heated kitty house for the adventurous cats who love to be outside, including during the cold months. The shelter has a heated pet bed and clear door flaps to protect from the harsh elements of winter. Also great for feral cats or cats who love to sleep in the garage.

    Reviewer's cat in the small outdoor house

    Promising review: "I bought this for an older friendly feral that I am unable to bring in unless he is thoroughly tested because I don't want to risk the health of my other indoor cats. I have both the heated and unheated version of this house. Mittens has not left the heated house since it came. It gives ferals the warmth they need to get through the winter. Combined with food and lots of love feral cats can still be free and enjoy the comfort of their very own home. I think these houses can make a big difference to any stray cat but especially those who are getting older or have health issues. It gives them some place warm and safe to rest. That is something every cat deserves!" —Joanna Tierno

    Price: $46.32

    26. An automatic laser pointer that will keep your kitty entertained for hours — even when you're not home. It also has five circling settings for all kinds of endless mental stimulation.

    Reviewer's cat playing with the laser

    Promising review: "My kittens love this thing, as do I! There’s a lever on the laser that allows you to control the projected angle. It in turn allows me to project it solely on the ground.

    One of the best features of this cat laser specifically is that it automatically comes on. Every other single cat laser I looked at had to be manually pressed to activate. What about the hours you spend away from home with no one to press the button? That’s be a lot of play time missed out on.... or made up on my couches. I believe this laser was advertised to automatically activate every three hours, but I swear it activated again in under an hour. It’s fantastic!

    Love this cat laser and highly recommend because of its automatic activation!!!" —Gutierrez Family

    Price: $25

    27. An automatic and remote control mode robot toy to give your pet heart eyes. It's programmed to imitate small animals, it moves very randomly and unpredictably, and quickly raises your kitty’s hunting instincts.

    Reviewer's cat playing with the light-up robot toy

    Promising review: " My cat is super energetic, loves to play and hunt. This great toy keeps him busy when I'm working or cooking. He usually gets bored with toys very soon but the random pattern this toy has can entertain him for hours. He's also obsessed with the feather and will play with the feather even when the toy isn't moving. I'm very happy with the purchase and would recommend it to anyone whose cat needs a lot of playtime!" —Anny

    Price: $34.99

    28. A self-warming kitty sleeping bag that your cat will sleep inside or on top of for maximum warmth and comfort. Cats love small, enclosed spaces, so this will make them feel all kinds of happy.

    Reviewer's cat snuggled in the fuzzy sleeping bag

    Promising review: "Our cat is a pretty large guy. A bit chunky. So when this arrived we were worried because the opening is slightly small and not at all stretchy; it's made of some kind of stuffed or foam ring. We put him in a couple times and he was apprehensive at first, but after showing him how spacious the actual inner bag part is he decided to stay inside after a few tries. Eventually with coaxing he will enter the bag himself and now it's his designated sleeping spot, even though he still hasn't tried to go inside without assistance. He loves how warm it gets in there but will also happily have a snooze on top of the sack. 😂" —SKR

    Price: $16.99

    29. A multi-level large cat tree with cozy perches, cat condos, and dangling ornaments for sleep and play. It's super stable, has soft beds, and is purrfect for cat ladies with lots of adorable feline babies.

    Reviewer's multiple cats resting in the cat tree

    Promising review: "I have 10 rescue cats. Three are kittens and the rest are between 12 and 18 pounds each, and 32-34 inches long. BIG CATS! Eight of my fur babies were on this exploring as soon as I put it in place. It is not anchored because it's in front of a large window. This thing didn't even wobble with them jumping on and off! It is very well constructed and the best cat tree I have ever purchased in this price range! I will be purchasing a second one so that my kitties can really spread out and claim areas. My big ones were able to snuggle and lay comfortably on parts I thought might be a bit small for them. I am completely impressed with this thing." —Customer

    Price: $109.99

    30. A calming collar that helps anxiety-ridden cats relax within the hour of putting it on. It has essential oils and suits frightened, stressed, anxious, or hyperactive cats and helps curb their unwanted behavior.

    Reviewer's cat wearing the collar

    Promising review: "We have an adopted older cat that has all kinds of behavioral issues. He has anxiety meowing. He will meow at the top of his lungs incessantly to get your attention which isn’t always an option.

    This collar has been the first and ONLY product that has worked. It’s been a godsend. The difference in him is night and day. He now lays in his cat bed on my husband’s desk and spends his days there quietly. He’s no longer roaming the house meowing at the top of his lungs or on either mine or my husband’s desk meowing to demand attention. He’s still a talker but he’s found his 'inside voice' and politely communicates now instead of what we used to call yelling.

    TL;DR: If you’ve tried calming treats, meds, sprays and diffusers and they haven’t worked for you, try this collar!" —April

    Price: $15.29

    31. And of course, some classic rattle mouse toys that your cat will chase around the house all day, every day. The mouse toys have little beads inside, which make noise and provide even more, simple entertainment.

    Reviewer's cat playing with the mouse toys

    You'll get a whopping 71 mouse toys!

    Promising review: "So we have a few very particular kitties who turn their nose up at most every toy, unless you count a crumbled up wad of paper as a toy, they'll play with a ball of paper for days on end. Cats are jerks.

    However, I bought these and they make this little rattle sound, some more than others, but still, the rattling really gets them hyped up. Cats are joyous, everyone is happy, though you should expect retaliation at some point. Still a great purchase! I give 5 stars for entertainment value!" —Zazzle

    Price: $14.99

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