Cat Halloween Fun: Gifts To Treat Your Feline Friend

Halloween is a scary time for most cats.  Strangers ringing the doorbell, dressed in creepy costumes.  To keep cats safe, it’s best to keep them inside on Halloween.  We’ve decided that’s a bummer, so Marty and I did some shopping over the weekend and found these items to boost the cat Halloween fun!

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Cat Halloween Toys

I’m a huge fan of Yeowww! catnip toys. They’re sturdy, well-made and the catnip drives most cats I know crazy!  If your cat is a nip fanatic, I highly recommend the Yeowww Halloween Pumpkin Catnip Toy (pictured above, upper left).

All cats like options, especially when it comes to toys, so a couple of other great Halloween toy options are the Imperial Cat Candy Corn Catnip Toy (pictured above, lower right) and the Ghost Catnip Toy (also from Imperial Cat). Made in the USA and filled with certified organic catnip, these toys are sure to provide loads of fun.

Halloween Themed Scratcher

Does your cat head to his scratcher for stress relief?  If so, then this Halloween Bat Cat Scratcher (pictured lower left above)  will be a good choice. The scratching area is made of sisal, and the bat wings and eyes are felt.

Cat Halloween Collars

Generally speaking, cats hate being dressed in Halloween costumes.  An alternative that gives them a chance to show some Halloween flair is a themed collar.

We found a few options, like the Puptek Set of 2 Breakaway Halloween Collars (pictured above, upper right).  This one has two different designs which makes it a good option for a multicat household, or gives a single cat multiple looks to change out.

Another option is the CritterGear Breakaway Ghost Cat Collar. They are currently offering a free catnip pillow toy with purchase of two cat collars. Spooky Halloween design, with a bell attached to the collar and a breakaway clasp for safety.

Conclusion

We recommend setting up a safe room for your cat this Halloween.  If you’re hosting a party, post a sign on the door to advise guests not to open the door.

With any of the options above, your cat can have Halloween fun in his own room without the risk!

All of the items picture above are available in our online Marty’s Favorite Things shop.

Written by Karen

Karen

Karen is Publisher of Fully Feline. She also owns a pet care business in Overland Park, KS called Joy of Living.

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