Ways to Spoil Your Cat

Ways to Spoil Your Cat

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A while back, I asked for your help with a special project. I wanted to create a new article for our website called “100 Ways to Spoil Your Cat”. This article would contain a collection of tips and ideas from cat lovers all over the world about the things they do to make their kitties comfy and happy.

The response has been FANTASTIC!

We have received many great tips and ideas, and one thing is very apparent – my PetPlace readers truly know how to spoil their kitties.

Examples of pampering tips we received include:

1. A Big Comfy Chair

“My cat, Precious, is the princess of the house. She has a big comfy chair in front of a window that is hers. Right outside is a tree with a bird bell. Needless to say she spends most of the day there. When the bell is gone, she actually comes to tell me it’s time for another one. All she is missing is her crown.”

2. Sing Them a Song

“Sing your cat a song. We spoil our cats by giving them a song with each regular activity. It says somewhere that cats recognize their names better in a song than in spoken form. So we have a short song (like a little kid’s tune) for dinnertime, another for brushing teeth, and another for just general hello activity. While cats understand commands, it often takes a minute before they quite see what you want. A little song makes it easier for them to get it quickly.”

3. Give Them CatSip

“One of the ways I like to pamper my cat Bam is by giving him his favorite treat twice a day – an ounce or two of CatSip cat milk, warmed in the microwave and stirred so that it’s just the temperature of a baby’s bottle. Even in the heat of the summer, he prefers his milk warmed just a touch, so that’s what I do for my very special boy.”

We have posted your suggestions on the site. They are all very good.

To see the full list, go to: 100 Ways to Spoil Your Cat

Thanks for your help with this project. This was a lot of fun!

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