10 Ways to Celebrate National Cat Lovers' Month

December is National Cat Lovers' Month! This month is dedicated to loving and celebrating your cat’s existence (as if they don’t demand that every day of the year). Need some ideas on how to celebrate? We’ve got your covered!

  1. Make a COVID friendly visit to a cat café - Name a better way to relax than to grab a cup of coffee and spend some time with adoptable kitties. We’ll wait… :)
  2. Learn and share cat facts - Learning fun facts and sharing them with others is a great way to spread the love of cats. Did you know cats first went to space in 1963? Well now you do! 
  3. Make a COVID friendly visit to a shelter and play with the cats - Shelter cats waiting for their forever families are sometimes deprived of love and attention, so they could use some of your free time for their play time.
  4. Watch funny cat videos - There is no shortage of these on the internet!
  5. Groom your cat - Cats are pretty good at grooming themselves, but can sometimes use some extra help. Grooming your cat can strengthen the bond between human and pet as well as keep them healthy. Brushing them, trimming their nails, or brushing their teeth are all great ways to keep your kitty looking and feeling fresh.
  6. Play with your cat - Cats get bored easily. Playing with them is a positive way to release energy or aggression. Toys that bounce, jingle, are crinkly, or are filled with catnip are the perfect way to get your cat to play. Plus, playing is another great way to strengthen the bond between you and your cat!
  7. Donate or volunteer at a local animal shelter - Shelters usually need a hand in taking care of cats that are waiting for their forever homes. Different shelters have different needs. You can always call and ask what your local shelter needs or ask if they have an Amazon wishlist. When in doubt, donate Meowijuana toys!
  8. Snuggle with your cat - If they’ll allow it...
  9. Go for a walk with your cat - Grab a harness and take your kitty for a walk. Not only will this get your cat much needed exercise, but also you!
  10. Teach your cat a trick - We know you can teach dogs tricks, but did you know cats are great at learning new things too? Cats love to work for food, so teaching them tricks for treats is the perfect way to have some fun for both of you.

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