As the holidays approach, many people are quite busy cooking, cleaning, decorating, and shopping. If you have a kitty, your pet may supervise you very carefully as you prepare for seasonal events and activities. In fact, Fluffy has a few holiday traditions of her own! Below, a Thorold, ON vet lists some super cute things your kitty will do this holiday season.
Fluffy may be thrilled to find a tree covered in what appears to be cat toys in her domain. When you decorate, hang breakable objects near the top of the tree, well away from those cute little paws! You may also want to bribe your frisky furball by getting her some fun new playthings to occupy herself with.
Kitties are very helpful pets. Fluffy may very well try to assist you with wrapping presents!
Make sure to fill your pet’s stocking with fun new toys! We also recommend taking time to play with your kitty every day. Fluffy’s play sessions are not only super cute to watch, they’re also great for her both mentally and physically. Of course, toys don’t have to be the only thing your cat gets. You can also give your feline friend a new bed, a piece of cat furniture, or some yummy cat treats.
As people finish opening their gifts, your feline buddy may immediately start inspecting the empty boxes. If you really want to pamper Fluffy, try making her a special box castle.
Many people like giving their furry friends special snacks around the holidays. You can offer your furball some plain, undrained tuna in water; cooked, boneless meat, fish, or poultry; cat milk; or sodium-free beef or chicken broth.
Fluffy may have a reputation for being aloof, but many of our feline pals absolutely love to cuddle. Purring kitties make great lap warmers!
Cats are always looking for new napping spots. Fluffy will probably inspect the area under the tree to see if it would make a suitable sleeping place. This is only to be expected: after all, kitties are really special gifts!
Happy Holidays! Please contact us, your Thorold, ON animal clinic, anytime. We are here to serve all your pet’s veterinary care needs.