Disclosure: I received free items to review for Cat Toys, Treats, and Brushes You and Your Cat Will Love. All opinions are my own and all posts may contain affiliate links.
“Oh, mom, you love me so much!” I’m sure that Indiana Jones is thinking that. He is a camera hog. I didn’t even have to coax him over for this picture. Whenever I have the camera out, he has to be in the pictures! It works out nicely for pictures I want him to be in, but not so much for others! Oh well, at least he is cute. His brother, Sammy, never wants to be in the pictures, but he does appreciate the toys. The “foster” kitty Boo Boo, who may or may not be leaving at the end of the month depending on my nephew, is crazy about the treats!
Cat Toys from Hartz
Cats. They’re as bad as kids when it comes to getting bored with their cat toys…and losing them under the couch. They also love getting new toys, just like kids do. First, they have to smell them. “Is this going to bite me?” After they figure out that it is safe, they touch it softly to make sure it won’t run away. Then, finally, they run off with the new toy…and lose it under the couch. Story of my life.
Here are the toys the cats got to play with:
The cats love playing with these, and I am sure your cats will too!
Indy is staring at those treats. He knows what they are. They smell familiar and yet different. That’s because he loved eating Toby’s treats. Now he has his own Delectables made just for cats. The bisque is his and Boo Boo’s favorites. Boo Boo has become very spoiled since living here, obviously. She runs into the kitchen and looks at me like, “Where’s that good stuff, mom?” You’re going to want to stock up on these. I suggest you try one of each at first to be sure your kitty likes the flavor, and then buy several. You don’t want to run out!
Bump it Off by Goddess of Gadgets
If you have pets, you know how terribly they can shed! You end up with pet fur in the weirdest places. My worst pet hair problem is our carpeted stairs. Fur gets in the crevices and never wants to come out. Bump it Off deals with this issue. I have used it on the stairs, and it works really well. Yes, it is a pet product, but it’s not only a pet product. Watch this video to see some of the creative ways to use Bump it Off.
Bump it Off is the first product ever to receive 4 Family Choice Awards in the same year. It won in these categories: pet products, eco friendly products, home & garden housewares, and beauty & spa products. Bump it Off is easy to use and easy to clean! Just put it in the top rack of your dishwasher or wash it by hand.
- Pets: Groom pets and lift pet fur off upholstered furniture and carpet
- Laundry: Use with laundry liquid or stain remover to loosen and lift stains. It is gentle on fabrics.
- Kitchen: Safely scrub dishes, pots and pans without scratching. It won’t get gross like regular kitchen sponges.
- Home: Brush dirt and sand off kids toys, flip-flops, and your body and don’t track it into the house!
- Body: Cleans, massages and exfoliates in the shower or bath. Kids love it too!
Which of these products do you need most? Does your cat love treats? What do you think you’d use the Bump it Off the most for? I love your comments!