The Feastivities Gift Guide for Cats and their People


The countdown to Christmas is nearing single digit days. So if you haven’t shopped and are still devoid of ideas, Fancy Feast has teamed up with the website Brit+Co and blogger Jojotastic to come up with the ultimate feline-centric Feastivities Gift Guide, a lovely collection of handmade gifts for cat lovers available from various online Etsy sellers. They are also handpicked to be purrfect hostess gifts for parties held during this festive season.

For cats, the Fancy Feast Medleys line of various fish and chicken flavors make not only ideal holiday gifts but also tasty feline holiday dinners too. Further, cans can be safely wrapped and placed under a holiday tree because cat’s cant “break in and help themselves! The variety available in the Fancy Feast Medleys cans are inspired combinations of ingredients in delicious recipes that cats will enjoy discovering. There is even one for the cheese-loving feline in your life.


Fancy Feast has traditionally produced an annual holiday tree ornament. This year’s ornament was a sell out online with all the proceeds going to They are collector’s items.Luckily, Fancy Feast has allotted five for me to hand out. Email me directly at

So back to the gifts – they range from stationary to tea towels, drink coasters and more.


You may also want to spoil yourself … I have my eye on the apron with the cat peeking out of the pocket (above).

One final thought, if you are shopping for your kitties, buying duplicate cans to be donated to your nearest animal shelter will be very much appreciated.

Happy holidays.

This post was sponsored by the Nestle Purina PetCare Company. However, all opinions are my own. I only write about topics, events and products that I consider readers will consider useful information and relevant to their interests.


tip of the day

Dogs (and some cats) like cool treats just as kids do. Consider freezing Ultramix sweet potato or pumpkin puree dietary supplements in an ice tray and serve ice as a summer treat. Alternatively, turn the frozen treat into something special by freezing the mixture in small plastic cups and using a natural chewy treat as the stick. Insert the treat when the puree is partly frozen to get the stick to stand up properly. The treat should be easy to remove from the cup if you run the cup briefly under lukewarm water.