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If your pet is exhibiting concerning symptoms or experiencing a medical emergency, please call our clinic at (407) 352-2579. We’ll help you through it.

We know that cats are more than just pets; they're members of our families. Cats bring joy, comfort, and companionship into our lives, and as cat owners, we want to ensure their happiness and well-being.

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Interactive Toys

Cats are natural hunters, and providing them with interactive toys satisfies their instinctual need to stalk, pounce, and play. These toys engage cats both mentally and physically, keeping them entertained and preventing boredom. Here’s a list of some interactive toys you can get for your loveable buddle of energy:

  • Feather wands
  • Laser pointers
  • Interactive Ball Toy with Treat Dispenser
  • Mouse Chase Toy
  • Electronic Motion Cat Toy
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Comfortable Beds

Cats are notorious for their love of napping, spending up to 16 hours a day snoozing. Providing a comfortable bed ensures that your feline friend has a cozy spot to curl up for a catnap. Whether it's a plush, cushioned bed or a cozy hideaway, choose a bed that suits your cat's sleeping preferences. This may take some trial and error, but you can get an idea of what they like based on how they sleep—do they curl up on top of your blankets or do they bury themselves underneath? Observing their behavior can guide your decision-making process. Additionally, look for beds with washable covers for easy cleaning and enhanced durability.

a cat lying on a comfortable cat bed


Scratching Posts

Scratching is an innate behavior for cats, serving to sharpen their claws, stretch their muscles, and mark their territory. To protect your furniture and satisfy your cat's scratching instincts, we recommend investing in a quality scratching post. Choose a post made of sisal rope or cardboard, as these materials mimic the texture of tree bark, enticing cats to scratch while providing a durable surface for their claws.

a cat scratching its claws on a scratching post


Cat Trees and Condos

Cat trees and condos provide vertical space for cats to climb, perch, and survey their surroundings. These multi-level structures mimic the natural environment of trees, offering platforms for lounging, posts for scratching, and hideaway compartments for privacy. Cat trees not only provide enrichment and exercise but also alleviate boredom and reduce stress by offering cats a space of their own.

a cat sitting on the ledge of a cat tree


Interactive Feeders

For cats who tend to eat too quickly or need mental stimulation during mealtime, interactive feeders are a fantastic accessory. These innovative devices dispense food slowly or require cats to solve puzzles to access their meals, promoting healthy eating habits and preventing obesity.

a cat playing with an interactive feeder to get food out


Grooming Tools

Regular grooming is essential for maintaining your cat's coat health and reducing shedding. Invest in high-quality grooming tools to keep your cat's fur clean and tangle-free. Not only does grooming help prevent hairballs and mats, but it also strengthens the bond between cat and owner through gentle touch and affectionate grooming sessions. Here is a list of some grooming tools you can purchase:

  • Soft Bristle Brush
  • Undercoat Rake for Deshedding
  • Grooming Glove for Gentle Massage
  • Detangling Comb for Long-Haired Cats
  • Nail Clippers with Safety Guard
a cat sitting on a towel next to cat grooming tools


Customizable Collar

Even if your cat isn’t an outdoor cat, it’s important to have a collar with identifying information and a way to contact you, just in case they manage to get outside. For the same reasons, a microchip is recommended for any cat, no matter whether they spend most or all of their time indoors or not.

Happy Cats, Happy Homes

Providing our feline companions with the best accessories enhances not only their physical health, mental well-being, and overall happiness but also strengthens the bond between cat and owner. By investing in these essential accessories, we ensure that our beloved cats lead fulfilling and contented lives as cherished members of our families.

Questions About Your Cat?

If you have any concerns about your cat and what accessories may be best for them, feel free to reach out to our vets!

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If your pet is exhibiting concerning symptoms or experiencing a medical emergency, please call our clinic at (407) 352-2579. We’ll help you through it.


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Dr. Bilal Qasim, DVM, established Dr. Phillips Animal Hospital in 2011 after practicing veterinary medicine for over 17 years with the help of talented and caring veterinary technicians.