When you’re celebrating a big event, there’s no better way to treat yourself than with a glass of something fizzy. Alcohol isn’t safe for cats, no matter how small the amount, so your pet can’t usually join you in a celebratory tipple. However, with a range of pet-friendly (and alcohol-free) booze options recently becoming available, your best friend can now indulge in a Friday night glass of Pawsecco or catnip wine with you. Wine for cats is non-alcoholic as well as being non-carbonated and grape-free. This is the case because aside from alcohol being dangerous for our pets, carbonated drinks can cause animals to experience indigestion and diarrhoea.
4. Spoil them with a gift
You know you’re being truly pampered when you receive a thoughtful gift, so buying your pet a gift is the perfect way to show them you care. From putting together a cat hamper to finding an unusual gift for your cat, there are plenty of options to choose from.
5. Give your felines a better holiday than you at one of Longcroft’s Luxury Cat Hotels!
Relax knowing your fabulous felines are being well cared for as if they are one of the family across one of the 20 stunning boutique locations. Longcroft takes a home-from-home approach by taking care of your beloved felines as if they were their own. With between 4 and 8 spacious suites per hotel, ensuring plenty of human time with all guests and an ethos steeped in animal welfare and led by a team of experts.
We all look after our pets with the basics – plenty of food, water and a generous pet insurance cover. But it’s also important to take time out to really pamper our pets from time to time. After all, they’re the ones who are always there to put a smile on our faces, no matter how long a day we’ve had.
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