Looking for the purrfect “next thing” for your feline family members? We’ve got the latest cat-friendly products here!
1. Petfive Brands Sustainably Yours Cat Litter
This is the cat litter for those looking for good performance that doesn’t harm the environment or deplete natural resources. Made from corn and the highly absorbent cassava shrub native to South America, this biodegradable litter stops odors on contact and clumps firm and fast. As a litter with a cause, the new line will sponsor the Rainforest Trust, a nonprofit organization that purchases and protects the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife — like wild cats — through partnerships and community engagement. | $18.99/Multi-Cat; $19.99/Multi-Cat Plus. | Petfive Brands; petfive.com
2. Petcurean Go! Sensitivity + Shine Limited Ingredient Diet
Got a kitty with food sensitivity? This line of cat food stars a single source of meat protein along with limited ingredients to meet the nutritional requirements of cats. New to the line — MSC-certified Alaskan Pollock recipe, a great source of protein, minerals and omega fatty acids, plus low in carbohydrates, cholesterol and fat. All recipes are grain-free, gluten-free and potato-free. | $25.99 (4-pound bag)/$38.99 (8-pound bag)/$64.99 (16-pound bag). | Petcurean; petcurean.com
3. Naked Decor Keep Calm and Meow On Umbrella
When it rains, you’ll always shine with the Keep Calm and Meow On Umbrella. Collapses automatically and hand-silk screened, it’ll be sure to keep you dry with its 44-inch wide diameter. | $24.95. | Naked Decor; nakeddecor.com
4. Under the Weather Cat Supplements
Soft whitefish-flavored chews make giving supplements to your cat more like treat time. These chews target functional support in adult cats, such as calming for anxiety, L-Lysine for respiratory function, probiotics for gut health along with hairball and urinary support. Also introducing two new oral gel supplements for both kittens and adults. Fast-acting probiotic gel Ready Balance helps maintain normal appetite, digestion and gut health. High-calorie food supplement Ready Cal ensures adequate calories and nutrients are received when cats aren’t eating normally. | $11.99 to $19.99. | Under the Weather; undertheweatherpet.com
Got a senior, arthritic, disabled or injured cat? You’ll love the ramp that helps kitty get in and out of the litter box comfortably. Designed for virtually any height or size litter box, it adjusts to three different heights, with a stay-put tongue anchoring the ramp to the litter box. Includes tread pads with easy-grip surface. Easy to assemble and made from 100-percent recycled corrugated material. Available in blue, lavender or gray. Made in USA and vet approved. | $34.95 to $39.95 (deluxe set). Replaceable tread packs, $9.95 to $14.95. | Kitty Box Ramp; kittyboxramp.com
6. Meowingtons Cat Hair, Don’t Care
This graphic T-shirt says it all with pure cattitude. It’s 100-percent cotton with stitched, rolled-up sleeves. Comes in small, medium, large and X-large. | $49. | Meowingtons; meowingtons.com
7. Kitty Power Paws Domino Cat Tree
Lounge, sleep, scratch, hide, play — all in this over 4-foot-tall tree that uses vertical space to save room in your home. Stylish and chic, your cat and visitors will love this versatile kitty statement piece that has multiple catnap spots, plus two platforms. Dimensions are 24 inches long by 25 inches wide by 52 1/2 inches tall. Easy to assemble. This new product is available in August. | $119.99. | Kitty Power Paws; prevuepet.com
8. Wellness Kittles
These grain-free, crunchy, fishtastic treats come in two flavors available in 2-ounce bags, plus are now also available in 6 ounce: Salmon & Cranberries and Tuna & Cranberries. They not only help clean teeth but top out at just 2 calories per treat. The Kittles treat line also includes four other flavors: Chicken & Cranberries, Turkey & Cranberries, Whitefish & Cranberries and Duck & Cranberries. | $2.99/2 ounces; $4.99/6 ounces. | Wellness; wellnesspetfood.com
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Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in Catster magazine. Have you seen the new Catster print magazine in stores? Or in the waiting area of your vet’s office? Click here to subscribe to Catster and get the bimonthly magazine delivered to your home.