Fun Accessories to Buy Your Cat

If you have adopted or bought a cat to add to your family this year, it can be one of the best things you ever do. A cat, although not liked by some, can be an amazing companion to have in the home and they will instantly become a big part of your family. Whenever you bring an animal into your home you will want to make the space as comfortable for them as you can. Today we are going to have a look at some of the fun accessories and furniture you can bring into the home for you cat.

A bed or two

First of all, you will notice that your cat likes to sleep for quite a lot of the day and the night. If you want to make the home as comfortable as you can for your cat you will want to bring in a few different beds and cushions for them to sleep on. You can go fun with a shark cat bed from and simple with a small cushion bed, and put one upstairs and one downstairs in the main living area for them to enjoy.

Catnip plant

If you have a cat who is often pretty energetic and runs around the house all night, you might be looking for a simple way to mellow them out and calm them down so that you can sleep easier at night. One of the genius ideas you can add into the home is a catnip plant which you can place on a windowsill in the home where your cat can reach it. You will notice that your cat will soon start to chew the plant and it will become a little more chilled out as a result. It’s funny as an owner to watch and it is ideal for anyone.

Scratching posts

Your cat has sharp claws, as you will likely already know, and this means that during the time your pet lives with you they will need to be able to file their claws down and keep them healthy. The easiest way for you to do this in the house is to add in a couple of scratching posts in various rooms. One of the best places to add a scratching post is next to the cat flap, and you can get a wall mounted scratching post so that it doesn’t take up too much room.

A box

You could spend hundreds and thousands of pounds on your kitty throughout their lifetimes and nothing will ever make them feel happier than an empty box. If you have a box in the house from a new appliance or from moving in, leave it in one of your bedrooms or a spare room and let your cat use it. They will likely spend hours and hours in the box instead of their beds but it can be a really good way to make them feel as if they have something in the home which is theirs and only theirs.


Hi! I'm Chaz. I'm the Founder of The Green Button Project, I run my own mental health blog, and I'm also a mental health volunteer with Time to Change and I also love dogs.

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