Cat Christmas Stocking Stuffer Ideas
The tree is decorated, the presents are wrapped, and all that’s left to do is to hang the stockings. As pet lovers, we can’t leave our feline family members out of the celebration, so you’ll always find cat Christmas stockings hanging on the wall or mantle alongside the others. If you’re looking for some cute cat Christmas toys and delicious treats to fill them with, we’re here to help with a list of goodies guaranteed to make kitties purr. We’ve checked in with our favorite felines to see what’s top on their list for cat Christmas stocking ideas.
5 Items That Are Perfect for Cat Christmas Stockings
You can’t leave out the catnip when you’re making your list of cat gifts for Christmas. It’s just common pet parent sense to include this 100% organic catnip that’s hand-harvested and comes in a nice tin for storage. Just a pinch is all it takes for kitties to get their frisky on as they scamper up and down the hallway with a wild look in their eyes.
Speaking of catnip, did you know it’s not just for sprinkling on scratchers? This three-pack of mice spiked with premium catnip will have your kitty hunting and stalking like her wildcat ancestors. It’s the perfect toy to go into cat Christmas stockings. Just be sure to hang them out of paw’s reach, or she’ll be tempted to take a dip into the ‘nip before the big day!
You can never have enough catnip if you’re a cat. Not only is it funny to see your fluffster bunny-kicking a banana, but it’s fun for them to practice their prey-catching skills with a soft, catnip-filled toy. Stuffed to the max with 100% organically grown catnip and nothing else, this hand-sewn toy is a must-have for cat Christmas presents.
We’re sure your little furball will be expecting some tasty treats to show up next to all the cat Christmas toys, so we’ve included some crunchable, all-natural Kittles on our list. They’re under two calories each with no artificial ingredients, so you can give your kitty an extra helping of chicken, cranberries and blueberries with these bite-size cat treats.
When you sit down for your holiday dinner, don’t forget to set a place for your favorite feline with a special meal for the occasion. Prepared in their own kitchen in Texas, this delectable pâté isn’t just cat food; it’s gourmet cuisine for cats. Deboned chicken and chicken liver simmered in a chicken broth is definitely on every poultry-loving kitty’s wish list.
Your furry friend will be purring with contentment for these thoughtful cat Christmas presents—she might even make you some biscuits to say thanks!
Nikki Naser, Pet Central Senior Editor
Instead of owning 30 cats, Nikki has an impressive collection of 30 cat-themed T-shirts, and just 4 pets—a ginger-haired senior cat, a senior Maine Coon, a middle-aged Choodle, and a young kitty who showed up one day on the back steps. A former Orlando resident, Nikki worked on several tourism publications before moving to South Beach. When she’s not stopping to take pics of community cats to post on Instagram, Nikki spends her time with the office pets at Chewy, writing for their Pet Central blog.