1. A new toy
Spoil your kitty with a brand new toy for the big day. You don't have to spend a fortune. Cats love ping pong balls that they can bat around. Get involved with the game too and spend quality time with your kitty. It's not about how much you spend — your cat won't care!
2. A new hideout
You can buy your cat his own retreat or make him one yourself! Use old boxes or a old blankets and cane to build your cat a teepee — he will love having a haven to escape to over the busy Christmas period. Make it stylish by decorating it in your favourite colours and make it cosy for your kitty by putting a blanket in there too.
3. Turn dinner time into a game
Instead of just giving your cat his food turn mealtimes into a fun game. Cats are natural hunters and will enjoy putting their skills to use as they work for their food. Interactive toys, such as puzzle feeders, are a great way to give your cat stimulation at mealtimes. Feeders can be bought, or again make your own!
4. Spend quality time with your cat
Christmas is a busy time of year, seeing family and friends. But in all the fun and frolics make some time for your feline friend. When the family have gone home, why not curl up on the sofa with your kitty for cuddles — the washing up can wait until the morning! Finding time every day to focus on your cat will help you relax and your cat will love spending time with you.
5. Give them a tasty treat
One things humans love about Christmas is the food, so why not give your cat something new as a delicious treat? Gourmet Soup for Cats, from Purina, is full of nature’s finest ingredients in a delicately refined broth which would make the perfect festive treat for your kitty!
How will you be spoiling your cat this Christmas?