Different My Pillow Pets Ms Cat Options

Most people want a few options when they are picking a stuffed animal or any toy items really. With that in mind, it is important to explore your options. One of the more popular toys this year has been the My Pillow Pets Collection, and items like the My Pillow Pets Cat really stick out to many people. This item has a few choices to it, and has really made a lot of people very happy. If you are looking for that perfect gift for a young child in your life, this might be something you want to look at.

There are two great options when you are picking from My Pillow Pets Sassy Cat. The first option is called the My Pillow Pets Cat 18″ stuffed pet. This would be the more popular of the two choices, and is also the bigger option. Kids obviously love big stuffed animals that they can tackle and cuddle with, making this a very popular choice, especially for the older children. The other option is the My Pillow Cat 11″ stuffed pet. This stuffed animal is almost identical to the larger version; the only major difference is the smaller size. Younger kids sometimes prefer this because it is easier to carry around and something that they can easily take with them on trips. Both versions are very popular, and both versions are going to make most kids very happy. The larger one is going to be more expensive than the smaller version, which can be a determining factor.

Both versions of this item are going to have a great looking black body that is made with a soft plush material. They are both going to have white paws and a white face, with a little pink nose and a smiling face. They are also both made from the same soft plush material. The only real differences between your two options are going to be the cost and the size, two things that are important to consider when making your decision.

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Innovations in Kitten & Cat’s Health and Well Being

There are literally thousands to choose from these days. This article highlights just some of the innovative products aimed at improving your kitten or cat’s welfare and health.

Cat Collars – new snap opens designs

Cat care organisations have advised for a while that traditional collars maybe dangerous. Elastic straps can stretch and move to under the cat’s ‘armpit’ or around the jaw, causing injury. New safety release designs have plastic ‘snap open’ fastenings that release the collar, leaving the cat free from injury if the collar becomes caught on anything.

Although popular to alert birds to predatory cat’s movements, traditional bells are actually not such a good idea either. Similarly, dangling tags on collars can become caught on objects, or the cat can get its claws stuck in them. Collars can be made now with your contact details printed into the collar.

Anti stress innovations

Cats can suffer from stress in some situations – in a multi-cat household, when travelling in a carrier box, when moving into a new home or even if you’re moving furniture around redecorating (basic motto: familiar is good, unfamiliar not so good). Two products aim to make the surroundings more familiar-feeling and reduce stress:

Synthetic Feline Pheromone diffusers: these look more like a ‘plug in’ style air freshener. The diffused liquid should be odourless & undetectable to all except your kitten or cat. Its designed to mimic naturally occurring facial pheromones, the chemical ‘scents’ cats use to denote their territory with.

Synthetic Feline Pheromone sprays: Can be used to spray furniture aiming to deter urine marking, scratching; to make travelling more comfortable and to spray the floor of a cattery or cat-sitting friend’s house while you are on holidays.

Kitten and Cat Toys

o             Boingy string toys -a ‘wand’ for you to hold, a length of soft elastic and something for the cat to chase.

–              Catnip toys – around 70% of cats react to the aromatic oil nepetalactone contained in catnip, making them blissfully intoxicated for a few minutes. Be aware though, some exhibit aggressive behaviour ‘under the influence’. Avoid catnip … Read the rest

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