Fave Finds

Fave Finds
Suitical Recovery Suit

My best friend just got a kitten (named Thistledown) which means she had to go in to get neutered. Unfortunately the procedure didn't go smoothly, which left little Thistle with a larger wound than normal. Instead of the cone of shame, she used Suitical Recovery Suit which has a stretchy fabric for easy mobility without restriction. 

Glyco Flex Plus Joint Support

One of my cats is getting on in years and it's difficult to watch her struggle to jump on the couch or climb the stairs. I spoke to my vet who suggested trying a supplement that contained glucosamine. I did some research and found these delicious chicken liver flavoured bite-sized chews for cats with a variety of joint issues, ranging from tissue support to recovery support. Glyco Flex Plus Joint Support for Cats from VetriScience is specifically formulated to meet the needs of cats with joint health and mobility issues.

SureFlap Microchip Pet Feeder

In my multi-cat household, food stealing is a big problem. To add to the issue, one cat needs to be on a low-calorie diet yet frequently insists she's "starving". The SureFlap Microchip Pet Feeder is the perfect technological solution. The feeder recognizes my different cats through their microchip (which is a good idea to have anyway) or you can use the SureFlap RFID collar tag. When the right cat approaches, the lid over the feeding bowl opens and remains open until the cat leaves. Genius!

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. 


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