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Kate Benjamin from ModernCat stopped by Vetstreet to share some holiday cheer and a few of her favorite gift ideas.
Give kitty an assortment of fun holiday toys from Moderncat Studio with this gift set. A crystal-clear box comes stuffed with handmade designer toys and organic catnip.
$18 on Etsy
Kitty will have a cozy getaway from the holiday madness with a Cat Ball designer cat bed. Handmade of red velvet with candy cane liner and trimmed with faux fur, this bed lets kitty nap in style all season.
$74 on Etsy
Here are some hairballs
that kitty will love batting around. Dressed in Christmas hats, they’re
ready for holiday gift giving. And they're filled with organic catnip
for an extra kick.
$11 each from West Paw Design
Kitty needs a holiday wardrobe, too, so give her a cute handmade cat collar from Mogs Togs. Choose from a variety of Christmas designs, each with a little silver bell.
$9.50 each on Etsy
There’s nothing better than a catnip filled Christmas treat
to keep kitty busy this holiday. Try this Yeowww-tide candy cane cat
toy filled with only the best organic nip. It just might keep kitty from
climbing the Christmas tree.
$8.99 on Amazon
These little wool mice are the perfect present for kitty. Each one is
made of all-natural wool with sturdy whiskers and a cord tail. Perfect
for batting around under the Christmas tree.
$11 for a set of three on Etsy
For cats who like to dress up (even if it’s just for a photo), check out these adorable handmade holiday neckties. They come in a variety of holiday-themed prints.
$11 on Etsy
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