Fave Finds

Fave Finds
Cat Containment Kit For Existing Fences

My cat was not meant for the outdoors—he is a simple soul and very passive. Poor Pumba. So in my neighbourhood with racoons and coyotes, I definitely don't let him outside unattended. But sometimes just using a harness isn't enough. I love these Easy Pet Fence enclosures! I can set it up in my yard, or just attach the 'topper' to my existing yard fence so Pumba doesn't roam free. 

NoBowl Feeding system

My cat is constantly waking me up early demanding food and must be bored stiff during the day. The NoBowl Feeding System is inspired by nature and based on science—satisfying your cat’s inborn instinct to hunt. These cute little mice have squishy pods that you put their food in. It's a great way to engage my cat throughout the day while controlling his portions. 

Jar candles with cat lover designs

These adorable jar candles from Shen & Sam are handmade with clean-burning soy wax. Each jar has a cute design perfect for gifting to a cat lovers. I love that they close with a pewter lid, so I can store them and they can be repurposed once they’re done burning. Shen & Sam have a huge variety of scents for every mood but I'm partial to "Meadow Breeze" and "Hazelnut Coffee". 

eco kitty bird

I was cat-sitting over the winter holidays and decided the fur babies needed presents. Honest Pet Products’ eco-friendly toys fit the bill perfectly. After my sister’s cat (Sassafrass) was done “killing” the bird (as pictured here), my cat (Henry, not pictured) proceeded to drool all over it. These sturdy all-natural toys made of wool, hemp, organic catnip, and twine are definitely a favourite in our house!

pyropet candles

Pyropet Candles are beautiful candles in geometric animal shapes. You can get deer, rabbits, cats and little chicks. I have the black kisa, and she's beautiful. They are quiet larger, and have a spooky secret: inside the candle, there are metal skeltons. According to the company, the idea came to Icelandic designer Thorunn Arnadottir one Christmas when she saw a forlorn Santa Claus candle with his head half melted away. She wondered how she could elevate this common-place ritual sacrifice into a true theatre of the macabre. Let me assure you, she was successful. For the first time, watching a candle melt out of shape is not daunting or disappointing, but rather an exciting prospect.


Cat of the Week!

Meet: Sugar