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Lisa Selvaggio

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Lisa Selvaggio is a freelance writer and editor, and our resident cats-pert, with certifications in pet nutrition and pet first aid. She enjoys producing content that helps people...
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Best Mice Toys

Keeping your pet active is important, and the right toys can help you rest assured that your kitty is getting the exercise and mental stimulation that she needs. Plus, playtime can help prevent boredom and frustration that might lead to negative or destructive behaviors. And one of the most popular toys for kitties is the classic mouse-shaped toy.

Best Cat Carriers

Want to bring your cat along with you on your travels? Pick up one of our choices from our best cat carriers list.

Best Cat Strollers

Feel like taking your cat out for a walk, but a leash is out of the question? We’ve got the solution — check out our choices for the best cat strollers.

Best Cat Chew Toys

Do you have a kitty that loves to chew? If you need ideas to keep your feline’s teeth busy, check out our list of the best cat chew toys.

Best Catnip Toys

Cats love toys and they love catnip. Put the two together and you’ve got one happy kitty! Here’s our list of the best catnip toys.

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Best Cat Urine Odor Removers

When you have a cat, you want your home to smell fresh. To keep things smelling sweet, here are our picks for the best cat urine odor removers.

Best Feather Toys for Cats

When you shop for toys for cats, you’ll come across a variety of products that can encourage your pet to stay active through play. Feather toys are easy to find, and they can be a fun way to interact with your pet and give her the attention that she craves.

Best Mattresses For Sleeping With Your Dogs

Do you feel bad forcing your dog out of the bedroom and telling her that she isn’t allowed to spend the night sleeping in your cozy bed? Maybe you’re worried about how comfortable you’ll be, or how clean and odor-free you can keep your mattress.

How To Bond With Your New Senior Cat