The Tiger Diner feeding bowl from Pioneer Pet is an innovative design that challenges my cat. It allows him to "catch" his food, taking the time to fish it out of the openings, and slowing him down so he doesn't gobble his food (and then wretch it up, ugh!). I love that it is also dishwasher safe and has rubber feet so it doesn't slide all over the kitchen floor.
Critter Crafting sells cozy handmade blankets to benefit animal shelters. When you purchase oen, you help Christine buy more yarn to create the blankets she donates to shelters. These beautiful handmade creations keep adoptable cats (and yours) comfy!
I sometimes feel guilty keeping my cat indoors, but it's necessary with all the dangers in our neighbourhood (the worst being cars and coyotes). So I'm really interested in getting one of these CatsOnDeck enclosures! The modular kits come in a variety of sizes and are made of high-grade materials so it would easily fit on my patio without fear of toppling.
Handmade in Novosibirsk (the capital of Siberia in Southern Russia) these adorable earrings are sure to grab everyone's attention when you're wearing them. Made of polymer clay, they come in all sorts of eye-catching colours—both natural and unnatural, as well as pop culture inspired. Prices start at $33, available on Etsy from Catmade.
We're big fans here at Modern Cat of P.L.A.Y. products, so when we found out they just launched an interative and electronic toy for cats we were thrilled! The Peek-a-Boo Mouse Interactive Toy from P.L.A.Y. (Pet Lifestyle And You) has an electronic mouse that pops up, hides, and can even reverse direction. You can change the speed of the mouse and watch it drive your cat's curiosity wild!