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    29 Cat Products To Make Your Pet Meow With Happiness

    Good luck getting your cat's attention after you give them these absolutely purrrr-fect toys, treats, and accessories.

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    1. A cozy window hammock that your cat will think is so luxurious, they'll feel like they're sunbathing at a 5-star hotel on the French Riviera.

    Cat in hammock that is suction cupped to the window
    Amazon

    Promising review: "Our cats love their new sunbeds! Perfect for snoozing, spying on the neighbors, and squirrel watching! Easy to assemble, sturdy, and attractive." —26.2 Mama

    Get it from Amazon for $20.99.

    2. A set of robotic swimming fish — if your cat absolutely loves the water, they'll think these fish toys are the coolest things ever. They'll have so much fun as they go "fishing" with their paws as the robot fish swim around!

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    The toys come with eight extra LR44 batteries and an installation tool so you'll get plenty of use out of them. They also automatically turn on/off when placed in water/removed from it so no battery is wasted between play seshs.

    Promising review: "These are the cutest stinkin' toys, I can’t stop admiring them myself! The packaging is clean and beautiful, complete with extra batteries and a small screw driver. The fish floats just below the surface of the water with the rubber tail sticking out just enough for the kitties to actually fish it out — which they love! The tail changes speed/tempo every few seconds, allowing it to naturally swim in different directions and make ripples — truly mimicking a real fish. That gives it a realistic touch that I think keeps the cats interested, because if it just flapped around in a circle, it would be annoying. The lasers blink, and are cute, too. Definitely a successful playtime. My cats are now so interested in the sink and tub haha, even when empty. The only thing I can’t judge yet is battery life. We’ve played with them for a little over an hour total now, so, so far so good!" —Noelle Taylor

    Get the set of four from Amazon for $17.89.

    3. A cat toy tower with spinning balls that will keep your cat occupied all day. Even the most disinterested of cats will find joy thanks to this!

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    You will also be entertained as you watch them chase and paw at the brightly colored balls!

    Promising review: "This toy is so cute and easy to put together. My kitten loves it. I needed to get something to keep her busy while I do school work and this definitely does that. I also wanted a toy that helps her learn. Being that she is a kitten she needs new toys and stimulation often to help with brain development. This toy is perfect for all of that." —Natalie

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in three colors).

    4. A bird teaser toy with real feathers if your cat is spending way too much time napping and hiding and you want to make sure they get some daily playtime in. With crinkly materials, ribbons, and built-in pockets of catnip, your feline is sure to love their new toy.

    brown and black cat playing with purple, blue and yellow cat toy
    Chewy

    Promising review: "My cat and I are both obsessed. The bird is even cuter in person. The string is soft and thick. It clearly will not easily break or fray, which is important for me because, for whatever reason, when it comes to wands, my cat is just as interested in the string as whatever is on the end of it. The bird is a great size (perfect for snagging but not too bulky), and the ribbons on the end are clearly quality. This has quickly become one of her favorite toys! Can't recommend enough!" —peaches

    Get it from Chewy for $2.62+ (available in blue or purple).

    5. A set of catnip-infused felt balls that they'll quickly become obsessed with — they'll be rolling these all around your house as soon as you open the tin. Because the catnip is held inside the balls, you won't be finding loose catnip all over your rugs and carpet!

    set of colorful catnip infused felt balls
    Simply B Vermont / Etsy

    Simply B Vermont is woman-owned small business and is based in Montpelier, Vermont.

    Promising review: "My cats absolutely flipped for these felted balls! They are both catnip fiends, so I assumed these would be a hit, but I underestimated how much they'd love playing with them. A huge hit in our household!" —Danielle Taylor

    Get a set of four from Simply B Vermont for $13.99 (available in several colors).

    6. A "Did you feed the cat?" sign so you never have to worry about whether you're over- (or under-!) feeding your favorite feline.

    reviewer's did you feed the cat sign with some of the sliders showing green
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    Promising review: "I put this right next to her bag of food. It had been next to her bowl, but by the time someone noticed it was already checked off for the day, they already had re-fed her. She once ate as much as 8 times in a day.

    Now, she's lost so much weight she was able to jump 6 feet from the bed to the dresser when before, her max was 3 feet." —COA×4

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    7. An adorable water fountain with a flower on top so your cat can sip on freshly filtered water in the cutest way possible. If you can't find your cat during the day, odds are they're taking a sip from the enticing flowing water.

    cat sipping from a blue water fountain with a flower on top
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    Promising review: "I have two Savannah kitties and neither of them would drink out of a bowl of water. When I saw this, I decided to give it a shot. This one is absolutely perfect!!! The flower attachment is the perfect amount of water for them to both drink from and it's silent unless it needs more water or the filter needs to be changed. (Which is a welcome reminder!!) I've had it over a month and it's never had that coating of slime the others I've used had. The first time I changed the filter I was amazed at what it looked like which tells me it really does what it's supposed to. If you're on the fence about this one, don't be! If my babies will drink from it, chances are yours will too! I highly, highly recommend this fountain!!" —Shopaholic1321

    Get it from Amazon for $26.99 (available in two colors).

    8. Or this multi-tier drinking fountain perfect for cats with any joint issues or aches and pains — the raised tier is a great option for them to drink from while keeping their neck in a comfortable position.

    A calico cat drinking from a two-tiered fountain that is plugged into a wall
    Chewy

    Promising review: "Our little dog, who is 15 years old, was starting to have trouble seeing and drinking from her normal water bowl, so we ordered this to see if it would help! It is perfect! Not only is it higher than a bowl on the floor, which helps her neck pain, but the water also moves and she loves drinking from the top part. This is great for an aging pet!" —Happypetparent

    Get it from Chewy for $36.95.

    9. A rotating sisal scratcher ball if scratching posts just aren't interactive enough for your highly intelligent kitty. They'll love pawing away at this and will get a kick out of how much it spins!

    a cat playing with the sisal scratcher ball
    Amazon

    Promising review: "This is a super cute and cat-friendly scratcher. So many fancy-looking scratcher toys are of no interest to my cats, but they all love this one! It was very easy to put together and is super sturdy. Definitely worth it!" —MHurt

    Get it from Amazon for $41.99.

    10. A package of super tasty salmon nuggets to give to your cat as a treat when they've been extra good. The treats are small and soft — perfect for teeny tiny kitty mouths.

    Ava's Pet Palace

    Ava's Pet Place is a Black-owned, woman-owned small business founded by Ava, who begged her parents to let her start a business when she was just 6 years old. Today, Ava (who's now 14) and her mom process hundreds of orders a month of their pet treats made from organic and all-natural ingredients.

    Promising review: "My son's cat meows really loud. When we offer the salmon, you can hear that cat as far as next door. Keeps meowing until she is satisfied. Another big hit with us." —Sharron B.

    Get it from Ava's Pet Palace for $9+ (available in three sizes).

    11. A floppy robotic fish poised to become your cat's new best friend. Even the most aloof felines will go flippin' wild over this hilarious toy.

    a reviewer's cat playing with the fish
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    The fish comes with a small bag of catnip as well as USB charger so you can juice it up whenever your cat kills the battery.

    Promising review: "I'm never sure if a new cat toy will be received as well as I hope, but this one sure delivered! My three cats have been playing with it almost non-stop, except for when I have to take it away to charge it. One of them pretty much hogs it and the other two can't get near it, though they try. It took them a few minutes to realize that they had to touch it to get it to move when it stopped flopping, but once they understood it, they were off to the races. I can't speak to the durability of it, but since the cover can be removed for cleaning, I'm thinking it should last a long time — fingers crossed." —Amazon Gal

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99+ (available in four styles).

    12. An interactive feather and mouse game if your hyper-active cat is constantly pawing and swatting at things all day and you want to find something that lets them work out their energy in a fun, productive way.

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    BuzzFeed Shopping team member Chelsea Stuart bought this for her cat and loved it! Here's what she has to say about it: "I bought this after seeing it in a TikTok video and if you have playful cats (or ones who love to attack your feet under the covers while you sleep), there's a good chance they'll love it as much as mine! It comes with a few different attachments and two noise settings — one for no noise (but be warned it isn't silent — it still makes a whirring mechanical noise) and one for chirping. My cats like to cheat by putting their paws into the holes and wrestling it out but it's held up well and they haven't broken it thus far!"

    PSA: It takes four C batteries which don't come included so make sure you buy those, too! 

    Promising review: "I have a cat who is quite particular about the toys he plays with. Barely anything grabs his attention. I saw a commercial for this and then found it on Amazon. All I can say is, finally! I've finally found something that my cat is interested in! At first he was curious and watched it before deciding to pounce on it. I've noticed other reviewers stating the item they received is too fast. I didn't have that issue at all and the speed was actually perfect. My cat loves the feather attachment. I can't wait to try out the mouse attachment next." —Anthony

    Get it from Amazon for $19.88+ (available in two styles).

    13. A Ripple Rug that your cat will love pouncing on, crawling under, scratching at...pretty much anything cats love to do, they can do it on this cool rug!

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    It's made from recycled water bottles! This has a non-skid bottom, so your cats can be as aggressive as they want without it slipping under them. It's also a great option for multi-cat households.

    Promising review: "The Mecca of cat toys. Straight out of the box, all five of my cats took to it, RIGHT AWAY! If only I was the genius who would have thought of this product, but I'm ecstatic nonetheless. I have a very timid cat who gets pushed out of everything, as you can see in the group picture (above, left); but later, she got to investigate and played for a good half hour! I can't get her to play with anything alone, so this was huge after seven whole years. I always have to instigate play with her, until this came into our lives today! I am so completely pleased. When she attacks the holes and hears the hook and loop pull, she freaks out and runs circles around it for her next attack. You won't be let down. This is the best entertainment ever, especially for the cat lady and cat dad involved. We hurt from laughing. JUST BUY IT!" —Katie

    Get it from Amazon for $40.11.

    14. A set of elevated cat bowls that'll seriously impress you with how sleek and modern they look, especially for the reasonable price tag. Because the bowls are a bit raised and angled, they'll help reduce neck strain for your cat as well as help aid digestion now that their neck is at a better position.

    The two bowls sitting in their holder
    Amazon

    The wide design of the bowl will also help prevent whisker fatigue, which is when their whiskers get irritated from being touched or stimulated too much.

    Promising review: "I have always had a problem with my one cat vomiting undigested food. My vet told me she was probably eating too fast. I stumbled upon an ad on Facebook stating the bowl position was the reason for cats vomiting; bowls resting on the floor put their neck at an odd angle and can cause acid reflux. I’ve used them for about two weeks and my cat has not vomited once! It was almost a daily occurrence prior to purchasing these! I did have to rest their old bowls inside these to get them to eat. But after a few days I could put the food directly into these bowls and they did not complain." —kindlefire09-8

    Get it from Amazon for $19.54.

    15. A purring cat toy if they're going through some anxiety issues (relatable) and need some comfort in the form of an adorable toy to calm them down.

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    Promising review: "Works like a charm! I recently found myself a cat mama of an abandoned week-old kitten. I bought this knowing she needed just something to cuddle up to in her bed. Turns out it basically hypnotizes her to sleep. She crawls to it, kneads it and eventually her meows turn to silence. I wish the purring lasted longer but for $10 it is a lifesaver. She's pooped on it a couple times so I've had to throw it in the washer and dryer minus the battery pack. It's held up great." —S Leytem

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    16. A cat perch designed especially for adventurous cats who love to get as high as up as they can. Now you won't have to worry about them climbing on your bookshelves and knocking things over.

    Cat sitting on Vista perch shelf
    Tuft + Paw

    Tuft + Paw is a direct-to-consumer small business from Jackson Cunningham. Their products are informed by both feline behavior and aesthetic design. They offer a 50% discount when you choose to donate any of their products to a shelter.

    Promising review: "Perfect perch! Our Himalayan tried out her new perch right away and loves it! We have two vistas near each other so she can jump from one to the other. The wood quality is obvious and mounting was easy, however be careful to use a stud finder to drill into a strong place on the wall. Drywall will not hold the weight of the perch plus a jumping cat. A really high-quality product! We might get another!" —Tiffany L.

    Get it from Tuft + Paw for $199 (available in two colors).

    17. A heavy duty 76-inch cat tree because let's be real — your cat rules your household, and now they can lord over your living room like the king or queen they are. It also provides so much room for them to work out their energy, fight off boredom, and get all their scratches out.

    cream cat tree with a ginger cat perched on one of the landings
    Chewy

    Promising review: "I was looking for a cat tree that looks big enough to handle big grown adults. Most cat trees I saw featured young little kittens in their pictures and you can tell many cat trees are just too small to hold an adult cat comfortably. This cat tree is perfect. The size is great — so roomy and spacious! And so sturdy, the quality is amazing. Considering all of this, the price is unbeatable. I would recommend this cat tree in a heartbeat! My kitties love it!" –Leob

    Get it from Chewy for $127.99 (available in two colors).

    18. A pack of matatabi chew sticks if your cat is constantly scratching up your furniture and you're looking for an outlet for all their energy. Matatabi is a plant native to Japan and is actually an alternative to catnip, so if your cat is stubborn and shows no interest in catnip, this might finally be the way to distract them from clawing away at every surface of your house.

    cat chewing on the stick
    Amazon

    MeowyJanes is a wonderfully named small business based in New Egypt, New Jersey. It specializes in catnip and catnip alternatives.

    Promising review: "I have two young Siamese mix cats who chew wires, shoes, wooden spoons. These chew sticks are perfect for them. They sniff the sticks, rub on them, and then start chewing. My two cats who are over 10 years old just rub on them but don't enjoy chewing them. If you have a very active cat who does destructive chewing, these are a great substitute." —JEM4612

    Get them from Amazon for $9.97.

    19. A randomized laser that your cat will chase around your living room until their little feet get too tired to move. And the best part is it's automated, so you don't have to do any work to move the laser around!

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    The USB-enabled unit has five circle settings, fast and slow modes, and an auto on/off feature that turns it on every three hours and off after 15 minutes of use. This way, your pet can use it even when you're not home.

    Promising review: "Love this toy! My cats are super picky when it comes to their toys, but they play with this at least a few times a day." —Linda Butler

    Get it from Amazon for $25.

    20. A tall scratching post with a sturdy base so your cat can scratch their little heart out without it ever tipping over. It's made out of woven sisal, which holds up better than carpeted scratching posts.

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    Promising review: "Easily the best scratching post on the planet. This scratching post is therefore absolutely perfect. I've bought two of these in the past five years, and I can attest to their perfection (I'm still trying to figure out how to turn it upside down for another few years of use). This is exactly what a cat would invent if a cat could invent the perfect scratching post. It's tall enough that they can stretch, it's sisal rope that won't end up all over your floor (not that your inventor cat cares about that), and it's sturdy and won't wobble or tip over or otherwise stress your cat. My biggest fat cat can't topple this thing if he tries (and don't think he doesn't!)." –Deborah M. Kelly

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99+ (available in two colors).

    21. Or this cactus-shaped cat scratcher so your cat can attack this instead of your couch. Plus: it's so cute, it will be a fun talking point in your living room decor whenever guests come over.

    cat scratching a cactus scratching post
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    Promising review: "This is such a cute purchase! My cats instantly loved it (after they were done investigating the box and bag). This will be perfect in my living room and will hopefully save my furniture." —Josselyn Hernandez

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

    22. A fruit tart cat bed your feline friend will be *berry* pleased with. They'll look so adorable snuggling up along the "crust" when they get sleepy — plus: the fruit pillows can be used as toys!

    buzzfeed editor's cat in the fruit tart bed
    Mallory Mower / BuzzFeed

    BuzzFeed Shopping writer Mallory Mower's cat loves this! Here's what she has to say about it: "Not only does my cat sleep in this every day, she also loves playing fetch with the lightweight fruit. I often find her rolling the blueberries around the apartment. I dig having a pet bed that doubles as daily entertainment."

    Get it from Amazon for $28.99 (available in five styles).

    23. A cat litter box with entry at the top, which prevents litter from scattering everywhere. It also includes a litter scoop that attaches to the outside for quick and easy cleaning.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "My cat used it within the first 20 minutes I had it ready to go! No issues at all so far! Sleek and beautiful litter box! Very classy and makes cleaning litter a breeze! At first it was bigger then expected but once I put it where my old litter box was I realized it fit a lot nicer then my old litter box did which was HUGE and had a hood!" –Julianna Miller

    Get it from Amazon for $34.99 (available in three colors).

    24. A self-grooming cat toy that you can mount on a corner or just keep on the ground for your cat to scratch up on. It collects loose hair and has a compartment for catnip to entice your cat to use the groomer.

    a white and black cat scratching its cheek on a self groomer toy adhered to a corner
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "My cat likes nothing. He doesn't go into paper bags, ignores boxes, isn't curious about the birds. Mostly he eats and sleeps and allows us to pet him. But he LOVES this!" –Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $4.99.

    25. A step-in harness for those indoor cats who love to get a taste of the great outdoors. With this, you can attach a leash and take them on walks at the park without worrying their hunting instincts will kick in and they'll run off.

    reviewer's black cat wearing a blue harness
    amazon.com

    Promising review: "They are incredibly easy to put on the cats, nice and secure, and very comfortable for them. The above photos were on their third time outside. I purchased the large for my gray 20.5-lb big girl (yes, she's on a diet), and the medium for my 15-lb girl. The harness is very easy to put on, fits snugly, but not binding. I just place the cats on my lap facing away from me and put one paw in each armhole. Be sure the harness wraps all the way behind the shoulder. I was very patient with them. First day out they were curious, but cautious. They pulled very little. The harness is so comfortable, so they relaxed and just sat and looked around. I encouraged them to walk a little near the front door, which they did. They are now enjoying their explorations." —Phil

    Get it from Amazon for $12.55+ (available in sizes XXXS–XL and nine colors).

    26. A cat cave that will not only give your feline a comfy new home, but it'll also be a beautiful new centerpiece in your living room. It's made out of 100% wool, which will stand up to your cat's sharp claws.

    four caves from Wooly Cat Caves in different colors
    Wooly Cat Caves / Etsy

    Wooly Cat Caves is a small business based in Cenate di Sotto, Italy that hand makes all of their own cat furniture.

    Promising review: "We LOVE our woolly cat cave! Chloe jumped in it as soon as I unpacked it! The quality is phenomenal and it is everything we hoped for! Such a beautiful shape and perfectly whimsical!" —Dana

    Get it from Wooly Cat Caves on Etsy for $195.21+ (available in five colors and two sizes).

    27. A pack of wipes to deeply condition your cat's dry skin to prevent redness and flaking. They're made with all-natural ingredients like aloe vera and oatmeal.

    burt's bees dander reducing wipes in foreground with cat in the background
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    Promising review: "Our son was having a lot of dander on this back near the base of his tail. We kept up the brushing but it wasn't going away. Looking at the reviews I decided to go for the dander wipes. Well I have used it twice and was blown away. His dander is pretty much all gone now. Plus his hair seems shinier and silkier after his brushing and using the wipes. Not to mention our baby boy looks just like the cat on the packaging. All around I will continue to buy these and use once a week or twice every two weeks to keep up his beautiful orange coat." –Tom Cincotta

    Get a two-pack of 50 wipes each from Amazon for $6.26.

    28. An automatic cat feeder that you can preprogram to dispense food throughout the day in case you always work long, unpredictable hours. Reviewers says that this automatic feeder is impossible to break into, so you don't have to worry about your pet overeating during the day.

    cat eating out of a automatic cat feeder in a kitchen
    Amazon

    Promising review: "My cat is a little chubby would wake the whole house in the morning, and bully people in the house to be fed in the afternoon. This feeder has helped him disassociate his feeding with people, so that he is less of a jerk. He now takes a nap or just waits within earshot of the feeder when hungry. It did take him a bit to get over the motor noise when he first heard the tray rotate. This made him tentative when first approaching the bowl, but he got over it after a while." –John Soukup

    Get it from Amazon for $49.95.

    29. A tunnel bed for both the rambunctious and the sleepy cat — when they're full of energy, they can run through the tunnel, but naptime hits, they can also take refuge in there and get their snooze on.

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    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

    Get it from Amazon for $37.99+ (available in two patterns).

    Live footage of your cats dancing with delight when they realize they have all of these cool new things to make their lives so much better:

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