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    Stop Spoiling Yourself And Start Spoiling Your Pets With These 37 Products

    Cat, dog, hamster, bearded dragon, bunny, bird, you name it, they deserve to be spoiled, too.

    1. A 24-piece cat toy assortment…I mean why would you get one toy when you could get 24? Plus, if your cats are anything like mine, you'll need to keep toys on a rotating schedule to prevent them from inevitably getting bored.

    Promising review: "My kitten LOVED the toys and tunnel in this package. The tunnel pops up and stays open for hours of fun. The fishing rod toy is awesome. I was very please with the diversity of the toys, how well made everything was, AND it was so inexpensive!" —Mary

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    2. Or a 20-pack of assorted dog toys if you have a dog household instead of a cat household. From rope toys to teething toys to training toys, your pup is going to be ~thrilled~ when you unload the box for them.

    A reviewer's puppy surrounded by all the different toys
    Another reviewer's puppy with the rainbow squishy toy in its mouth

    Many of these toys are on the smaller size, so may be a better fit for puppies and small dogs!

    Promising review: "You can't beat the price! The things I thought our 4-month-old puppy would like are not the ones she loves in this box. We unexpectedly re-homed a 1.5-year-old and he is making great use of the 'unloved' toys. It is a win-win-win (great price and two happy dogs)!!" —ShadowDog

    Get it from Amazon for $23.99+ (available in three variations).

    3. pop-up doggie door you can use when you want and store when you don't. You don't have to commit to installing an ~official~ doggie door, but it will also prevent you from having to constantly get up and down to let your dog in or out whenever they demand.

    Black dog smiling sitting outside the dog door
    Two dogs sitting in the window looking out with the third partially through the dog door
    Pop-Up Pet Door / Etsy

    Pop-Up Pet Door is a small business originally started to help a senior pup get quick and easy access outside. They now create different solutions to help all our fur babies easily transition from indoors to outdoors and vice versa!

    Promising review: "My dog loves the doggie door! We put it up when we are in the pool, and this allows her the freedom to stay with us or go into the air-conditioned house." —Scarlett

    Get it from Pop-Up Pet Door on Etsy for $74.99+ (available in three sizes).

    4. A cat donut tunnel that will have your kitty doing circles chasing toys, siblings, or even just their tail. Once they've tuckered themselves out enough they can curl up on the top of it for a cozy nap. 

    A reviewer's cat upside down inside the light grey tunnel
    a BuzzFeeder's cat curled up in the top portion of the cave, Jessica Hall / BuzzFeed

    Ok, I was influenced (yet again). I recently order this for my kitties and I can say it is truly a hit. I was a little nervous when I first got it cause my cats would sniff it and run away, but after a little bit of warming up they started to explore the inside. Even my more skittish cat now likes to spend time in here which is honestly shocking. As you can see in the photo above, Alfie has really taken to spending time on top of the donut. He has actually claimed that as his official playing spot and when we break out his stick toy he assumes his position in there, I can only assume for better hunting angles 🤷🏼‍♀️. The only downside of this thing is I spend a lot of time wondering where my cats are only to realize they are probably shoved perfectly in the back of the donut to the point where I literally cannot see them. But, other than that I can say I would highly recommend this. They love it as a place to burrow for peace and quiet or during their more rambunctious times as a place to go in and chase the toy of the day.

    Promising review: "My cats usually like the boxes better than what’s in it but not this time! They LOVE this thing! The only bad thing is I’m going to have to get another one because they are fighting over it! My large cats fit just fine inside it and they love to chase each other in circles. Great invention!!" —Amazon Customer

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

    5. A hamster accessory kit so you can create a tiny kingdom that seems like a whole new world to your little buddy. Your hamster won't even know what to do with itself when it sees alllll this new space to explore.

    A reviewer's hamster cage with the multi-colored accessories attached to it
    A reviewer's hamster in the blue wheel

    This set includes loop-the-loop, outhouse, snap-on comfort wheel, fun-nel tubes, and rings

    Promising review: "The mice love this critter trail activity set. It increases their area to move around and they love the wheel. They're exercising on the wheel all the time! It's a great addition to the critter trail habitat. Putting it together was easy as each piece snaps together. The activity set is also easy to clean. Each section of the activity set comes apart so you can clean it and then you just have to snap it back together when done. I love it but more importantly, the mice love it!" —LittleK

    Get it from Amazon for $27.99 (also available in different variations).

    6. A self-grooming brush that your cat is sure to become obsessed with. Finally they will stop rubbing their face all over your computer screen while you're trying to get your work done.

    Reviewer's long hair calico cat laying on the ground rubbing it's face on the scratcher
    Another reviewer's black and white cat rubbing it's face on the scratcher

    I have had at least one of these in my house (I've moved three times) since I got my cats four years ago. My one cat absolutely loves this thing. He is almost always begging for face scratches, rubbing his face against our computers, or going to town on this little contraption. I have it at the bottom of my stairs so he pretty much uses it constantly, especially when he is about to go upstairs — he will always pause at the bottom to rub his face for a few minutes. It took a little trial and error to find the perfect height for him, but I found the best technique was to just force him to sit near where I was going to put it and use that as a guide to decide how high to put it. This little thing is so great for the time when I'm working and can't stop to brush him for hours on end. As a bonus, he sometimes likes to chew on the little pegs, and doing that distracts him from chewing on cords or other things he shouldn't chew, so I'll take it!

    Promising review: "My cat loves to brush up against my MacBook and I have been worried she was going to bite it and ruin it, so I gave this a chance. I am so glad I did. I attached it to the bottom of one of our end tables with the included adhesive strips. It stuck fine, hasn't come off and my cat will not leave it alone. She's in love! I can barely get her to sit on my lap now (I might be a tad jealous!) Definitely worth the purchase and I will be buying a couple more for other areas around the house!" —Jill S.

    Get it from Amazon for $5.93.

    7. A furniture protecting dog bed to not only keep your couch clean and scratch free, but to give Fido a designated spot they can call their own. Reviewers rave about how soft it is. Pups of all sizes (and cats, too!) love taking naps on it after ~ruff~ days.

    A reviewer's dog and cat sleeping on the light grey bed with another dog mostly off the bed but resting its head on it
    A reviewer's dog sleeping on the bed with it turned around so the structured part is closer to the edge

    The cover has a zipper so it can be easily removed and thrown in the wash!

    Promising review: "We have a large leather rounded corner sectional couch that my dogs wanted up on all the time, and since we rarely set in the corner space because of the awkwardness on the legs, we decided to let the dogs lay up on it, so we bought this so they know it's their spot, and it helps with any dirt they might bring in with them and stops them from clawing it all up. So far it's been worth it, and the dogs love it." —Aaron B.

    Get it from Amazon for $39.19+ (available in three sizes and four colors).

    8. An outdoor cat enclosure perfect for your indoor kitty who won't stop screaming at the door trying to get outside. Now they can enjoy an outdoor breeze, hang out with you while you're outside, and experience nature in a way they never could from behind a window. If you can't have a true screened-in porch, this is definitely the next best thing.

    Some reviewers even used this for birds, squirrels, or other small animals! Many reviewers use it as is and take their cats in and out, but others have rigged it up against a window so the cats can come and go as they please. If you decide to go that route, just be sure you have secured it in some way to your house so there is no risk of your cats sliding between the enclosure and the window.

    Promising review: "What can I say, this is the best purchase I have ever made for my four fur babies. They would cry at my sliding door when I go into my pool. They are indoor cats, and it broke my heart to hear them cry. So once I purchased this (I did have to hire a handy man to put it together) they go out with me when I swim and stay there all day until they cry to come in. My deck is very shaded all day so they get a cool breeze. Of course, they are not out there when I am not home. I have added a kitty litter box, some toys and comfortable beds I highly suggest purchasing this for your fur babies!!!"" —Sherry W.

    Get it from Amazon for $346.99.

    9. reptile heating lamp that easily attaches to the rim of all terrariums so your bearded dragon, tortoise, or other scaly friend can enjoy bathing under the warm light.

    This ceramic socket can be used with incandescent bulbs or ceramic heat emitters.

    Promising reviews: "I've used a few different brands and Flukers has stood the test of time. Most others fry out right away, especially if they have switches. I currently use six of these and not so much as a flicker." —robert j vondras

    "I love how easy and simple it was to put together it took me less than three mins. My baby was happy and full of light in minutes, I was so happy. My previous tortoise lamp went out and he went without any for three days so it was very important I got one that would get here fast and put together fast and I got just that." —Faith

    Get one from Amazon for $5.

    10. A cat tent and tube combo ideal for a buddy duo to sneak attack each other from the bed into the tube. Or if your furry friend is solo, they can use the bed as a nice relaxing break after they've tuckered themselves out from playing in the tunnel.

    A reviewer's two cats playing with this, one on the bed and one in the tunnel
    a reviewer's bunny exploring the brown version

    Promising review: "It's the first time in years I've bought something for them that they've actually played with for more than a few minutes, and I didn't have to throw catnip all over it to get them interested. We're a multiple cat household and, so far, it's been in fairly constant use. As I type, there's one on top of it, one inside the tunnel, and one waiting to jump him just outside. It's only been a few days but, even if they destroy it tomorrow, it's been well worth the money. I should get another one, just in case..." —Thierry Elliott

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99+ (available in four variations).

    11. A fast food-themed activity mat so your pup can join you in your love for everything fried, especially french fries. Just hide some treats in one of the many pockets and watch them go to town devouring their version of a happy meal.

    Promising reviews: "Food puzzles are fabulous for your dog both physically and mentally. This toy is very durable and washes up great. I thought for sure the french fries would be gone in a second but they have lasted through many dogs at my shelter." —DIY Lady

    "My 10-week-old puppy loves this play mat! I hide her kibble in the 'french fries' and she enjoys sniffing it out. She seems to like chewing on the pockets and flaps and her sharp little teeth have caused no issues. She loves it so much she’ll even nap on it!" —Cheezer

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99 (available in additional versions of varying skill levels).

    12. And on the theme of food, a food inspired dog toy available in a variety of your favorite foods (croissant, fries, pineapple, ice cream etc.) so your pup can finally experience all the delicious flavors you love 😋

    reviewer's small dog holding a stuffed dog toy that looks like a piece of sushi
    a reviewer's dog wearing a sombrero with the taco toy

    Promising review: "This is the only toy our German Shepard/Black lab mix loves. He destroys every other brand including Kong, but somehow someway this Zippy Paw Avocado survives and he can’t live without them. I think we have four over two years. Three of the four look a little rough, but they are still around and the dog just loves them.. we will keep buying this brand for life now, great brand!!" —Marke

    Get it from Amazon for $8.49 (available in 12 food types).

    13. A TikTok-viral pet massager because you love a massage, so why wouldn't your pet?! This gadget will give them the best massage they've ever had, plus it's rechargeable, waterproof, has two speeds, and an ergonomic handle which is important for the amount of time they're going to make you spend massaging them.

    Check out this TikTok of a cat having their head massaged with this.

    Promising review: "All three of my orange tabbies adore this! They come running when I call 'massages!' They mostly love it on their head and around their necks — the favorite scratching places." —MaggieD

    Get it from Amazon for $30.99+ (available in three colors). 

    14. A pack of matatabi chew sticks designed to appeal to more cats than traditional catnip sticks (the silvervine plant they come from causes stronger and longer lasting reactions). You're bound to find your kitty cat batting these around the house or going to town gnawing on them. 

    Meowy Janes is a New Jersey-based small business that specializes in catnip alternatives. They work with sustainable, family-owned farms to source their natural products.

    Promising review: "We have three cats and all three have positive reactions to these Matatabi sticks. The cats love to roll on these and throw them around the room. The cats have been playing and chewing on these for months and the sticks are still holding up. These last so much longer than cat nip and give a much more enjoyable experience. Highly recommended for any cat parent." —Brandon L.

    Get it from Amazon for $10.21.

    15. Or, a mounted catnip ball your cats are about to become ~obsessed~ with. The four balls are all made of different things: silvervine, gall fruit, catnip, and cat sugar. Your kitty is going to love at least one of these, and you'll love not having to clean up all the flakes from traditional catnip.

    A reviewer's orange and black cats each licking one of the balls mounted to the wall