Comparing the best cat toys
It’s tough to buy the right toys and accessories for your cat – they can be fickle creatures so you never know how they’ll take to something new. However, the products we’ve compared are from reputable brands, so at least you know you’re getting the best.
Cat water fountains are a great way to ensure your feline friend has access to clean, fresh drinking water all day long. Check out some of the best models on the market just now.
Automatic cat feeders are great for ensuring your cats get fed at the right time, but don’t eat too much. Free up some of your time and let your demanding cats wait patiently for your new robot friend to feed them.
If you travel with your cat, then you’ll need a good cat carrier. We’ve compared the best cat carriers in the UK at the moment – check out what we have to say!
Cats love nothing more than a comfy place to curl up and fall asleep. We’ve compared the best cat beds in the UK just now – check them out!
You definitely need something to distract your cat from your furniture! Check out these cat scratching post comparisons – they might just do the job!
Ensure your feline friend can get in and out of your house (without your assistance) with these microchip cat flats. They’ve effective and affordable – check out the best models in our comparison guide.
Your cats spend endless hours climbing (and scratching!) – we’ve compared the best cat trees, which are the perfect gift for your feline friends.
Your cats love nothing else than to explore small spaces and with these cat tunnels they can do so in safe environment.
- Are cat backpacks cruel?
- Is it cruel to walk your cat?
- Are laser toys bad for cats?
- How long can you leave a cat alone?
- Things that every first time cat owner should know
- Why are cats scared of cucumbers?
- What does catnip do to cats?
- House hunting with a pet – a guide
- Why do cats sleep so much?
- Why do cats bring you dead animals?
Latest from The Cat Zone
Check out the latest articles and advice.
Why do cats bring you dead animals?
We always wonder what cats get up to when they’re out and about. Until they start coming home with dead animals – then we need to better understand our cats and not just their environment.
Why do cats scratch the furniture?
Cats will often scratch sofas and other pieces of furniture. But why do they do it?
Why are cats scared of cucumbers?
Using a cucumber to scare a cat is like your cat using a knife-wielding killer clown to scare you. Think about it.