The ideal cat harness offers both durability and comfort, not to mention excellent adjustability for a snug and secure fit. Though a traditional nylon harness might get the job done, we found that vest-style harnesses were better for larger cats and for escape artist cats.

Vest-style harnesses offer a larger surface area for an added degree of security with wider straps to minimize pinch points and maximize comfort for your cat. Our top pick for the best vest-style cat harness is the Kitty Holster Cat Harness.



Made from 100% breathable cotton with an undyed lining, the Kitty Holster Cat Harness is optimized for comfort and durability, but it is still easy to use and machine washable. This vest-style harness comes in four sizes, so you can find the ideal fit for your cat. You also have several color options to choose from.

The harness has a D-ring so you can attach a leash directly to it. As an all-purpose harness, the Kitty Holster Cat Harness is perfect for everything from trips to the vet to long walks outdoors.

Kitty Catter gives the Kitty Holster Cat Harness an A+ and 5-star review for its comfort and durability. Cat Overdose also comments on the security of the harness as well as its simple yet functional design. In testing, we found that the vest-style design of the harness was more comfortable for our cat than other harnesses for cats with long hair and even small cats were unable to escape it.

Not only does the Kitty Holster Cat Harness have more than 1,500 reviews on Amazon, it also carries a solid 4.2-star rating. Cat owners love that this harness comes in so many colors and sizes, not to mention the security of the fit. There are, however, some comments about the limited adjustability so be sure to measure your cat to purchase the right size.

Pros: High-quality fabric for durability, undyed lining to reduce irritation, secure hook and loop closures, four sizes for optimal fit, many color choices, D-ring to attach leash, wide straps reduce risk for escape, works for all weather conditions, machine washable

The ideal cat harness offers both durability and comfort, not to mention excellent adjustability for a snug and secure fit. Though a traditional nylon harness might get the job done, we found that vest-style harnesses were better for larger cats and for escape artist cats.

Vest-style harnesses offer a larger surface area for an added degree of security with wider straps to minimize pinch points and maximize comfort for your cat. Our top pick for the best vest-style cat harness is the Kitty Holster Cat Harness.

Made from 100% breathable cotton with an undyed lining, the Kitty Holster Cat Harness is optimized for comfort and durability, but it is still easy to use and machine washable. This vest-style harness comes in four sizes, so you can find the ideal fit for your cat. You also have several color options to choose from.

The harness has a D-ring so you can attach a leash directly to it. As an all-purpose harness, the Kitty Holster Cat Harness is perfect for everything from trips to the vet to long walks outdoors.

Kitty Catter gives the Kitty Holster Cat Harness an A+ and 5-star review for its comfort and durability. Cat Overdose also comments on the security of the harness as well as its simple yet functional design. In testing, we found that the vest-style design of the harness was more comfortable for our cat than other harnesses for cats with long hair and even small cats were unable to escape it.

Not only does the Kitty Holster Cat Harness have more than 1,500 reviews on Amazon, it also carries a solid 4.2-star rating. Cat owners love that this harness comes in so many colors and sizes, not to mention the security of the fit. There are, however, some comments about the limited adjustability so be sure to measure your cat to purchase the right size.

Pros: High-quality fabric for durability, undyed lining to reduce irritation, secure hook and loop closures, four sizes for optimal fit, many color choices, D-ring to attach leash, wide straps reduce risk for escape, works for all weather conditions, machine washable

Generally speaking, cat harnesses tend to be more affordable than dog harnesses because they are limited to smaller sizes. Even so, if you only need a cat harness for occasional trips to the vet or for indoor training, you may not want to spend a lot. Just because you have a limited budget, however, doesn't mean that you should sacrifice quality. Our top pick for the best budget cat harness is the PupTeck Adjustable Cat Harness.

If you're looking for an affordable cat harness that still offers durability and easy operation, we recommend the PupTeck Adjustable Cat Harness. Made from durable but lightweight nylon materials, this harness features an H-style design that is easy to put on and take off.

With snap-lock buckles for security, you can adjust both the neck and back strap to ensure a snug fit for cats weighing up to 12 pounds. This harness comes in several different sizes and comes with a 47-inch lead.

Cats Are On Top says the harness does well in distributing pressure evenly along the cat's back. The reviewer also notes that the H-style design may make it more difficult to wriggle out of, though some cats will always find a way. The Happy Cat Site also recommends this harness for indoor use, particularly for smaller cats. We agree with this assessment.

Although we like the PupTeck Adjustable Cat Harness for its quality and affordability, because it only comes in one size with limited adjustability, it may not be the best choice for cats over 12 pounds.

With nearly 700 reviews on Amazon and a 4.2-star rating, the PupTeck Adjustable Cat Harness is a popular choice. Cat owners love the quality construction and low price tag, though there are some comments about smaller cats slipping out of the harness. We recommend this harness for use indoors and in low-risk situations.

Pros: Made from durable nylon, H-style design to distribute pressure, metal D-ring leash attachment, neck and back adjustable, snap-lock buckles are easy but secure, comes in many color options

Generally speaking, cat harnesses tend to be more affordable than dog harnesses because they are limited to smaller sizes. Even so, if you only need a cat harness for occasional trips to the vet or for indoor training, you may not want to spend a lot. Just because you have a limited budget, however, doesn't mean that you should sacrifice quality. Our top pick for the best budget cat harness is the PupTeck Adjustable Cat Harness.

If you're looking for an affordable cat harness that still offers durability and easy operation, we recommend the PupTeck Adjustable Cat Harness. Made from durable but lightweight nylon materials, this harness features an H-style design that is easy to put on and take off.

With snap-lock buckles for security, you can adjust both the neck and back strap to ensure a snug fit for cats weighing up to 12 pounds. This harness comes in several different sizes and comes with a 47-inch lead.

Cats Are On Top says the harness does well in distributing pressure evenly along the cat's back. The reviewer also notes that the H-style design may make it more difficult to wriggle out of, though some cats will always find a way. The Happy Cat Site also recommends this harness for indoor use, particularly for smaller cats. We agree with this assessment.

Although we like the PupTeck Adjustable Cat Harness for its quality and affordability, because it only comes in one size with limited adjustability, it may not be the best choice for cats over 12 pounds.

With nearly 700 reviews on Amazon and a 4.2-star rating, the PupTeck Adjustable Cat Harness is a popular choice. Cat owners love the quality construction and low price tag, though there are some comments about smaller cats slipping out of the harness. We recommend this harness for use indoors and in low-risk situations.

Pros: Made from durable nylon, H-style design to distribute pressure, metal D-ring leash attachment, neck and back adjustable, snap-lock buckles are easy but secure, comes in many color options

Some cats simply have no interest in going for a walk, but having a harness handy is still a good idea. Whether you're working on indoor training or taking your cat to the vet, putting them in a harness gives you an added degree of security as well as peace of mind. If you are looking for a simple, lightweight harness to use indoors and in low-risk situations such as visits to the vet, we recommend the PetSafe Come with Me Kitty Harness.

Made from durable but lightweight nylon, the PetSafe Come with Me Kitty Harness also includes a bungee leash. The harness itself is available in three different sizes with adjustable straps to ensure a snug and secure fit for cats of all sizes.

Along the back, the shoulder straps fit through two D-rings, which allow the harness to tighten slightly with pressure, preventing your cat from slipping out, and giving you a place to hook the leash. The bungee leash provides a little bit of "give" for when your cat reaches the end of the leash.

In testing the PetSafe Come with Me Kitty Harness, we found that the straps were very easy to adjust for fit and both the harness and leash were very lightweight. A review from The Happy Cat Site comments that this harness works well for larger cats due to its adjustability and that it may be a good choice for cats that pull on the leash. Cat Overdose comments on the benefits of the bungee leash, though the reviewer does comment that it may be a little short for very tall cat owners.

With more than 2,600 reviews on Amazon, the PetSafe Come with Me Kitty Harness has a 4-star rating. Cat owners love that this harness offers three points of adjustment around the neck, chest, and back, though there are some comments that some cats may learn how to back out of the harness.

Pros: Made from durable nylon materials, lightweight design, adjustable straps for secure fit, takes pressure off cat's neck, three different sizes, multiple color options, comes with bungee leash

Cons: May not prevent escape as well as others, best for indoor use or low-risk situations, all sizes use the same 3/8-inch width nylon, bungee leash may be a little short for very tall people

Some cats simply have no interest in going for a walk, but having a harness handy is still a good idea. Whether you're working on indoor training or taking your cat to the vet, putting them in a harness gives you an added degree of security as well as peace of mind. If you are looking for a simple, lightweight harness to use indoors and in low-risk situations such as visits to the vet, we recommend the PetSafe Come with Me Kitty Harness.

Made from durable but lightweight nylon, the PetSafe Come with Me Kitty Harness also includes a bungee leash. The harness itself is available in three different sizes with adjustable straps to ensure a snug and secure fit for cats of all sizes.

Along the back, the shoulder straps fit through two D-rings, which allow the harness to tighten slightly with pressure, preventing your cat from slipping out, and giving you a place to hook the leash. The bungee leash provides a little bit of give for when your cat reaches the end of the leash.

In testing the PetSafe Come with Me Kitty Harness, we found that the straps were very easy to adjust for fit and both the harness and leash were very lightweight. A review from The Happy Cat Site comments that this harness works well for larger cats due to its adjustability and that it may be a good choice for cats that pull on the leash. Cat Overdose comments on the benefits of the bungee leash, though the reviewer does comment that it may be a little short for very tall cat owners.

With more than 2,600 reviews on Amazon, the PetSafe Come with Me Kitty Harness has a 4-star rating. Cat owners love that this harness offers three points of adjustment around the neck, chest, and back, though there are some comments that some cats may learn how to back out of the harness.

Pros: Made from durable nylon materials, lightweight design, adjustable straps for secure fit, takes pressure off cat's neck, three different sizes, multiple color options, comes with bungee leash

Cons: May not prevent escape as well as others, best for indoor use or low-risk situations, all sizes use the same 3/8-inch width nylon, bungee leash may be a little short for very tall people

When a large cat pulls on the leash, there is a higher risk for damage to the neck and throat — having a high-quality harness designed for larger cats can solve this problem. We chose the Best Pet Supplies Voyager All-Weather Harness as our top pick for large cats for several reasons.

Not only does the vest-like design offer enhanced comfort and security, but the step-in design is easy to remove, and it comes in five sizes so you can make sure it fits your cat perfectly. Though it is available in five different sizes, we found the Best Pet Supplies Voyager All-Weather Harness to be particularly good for larger cats.

With the step-in design, this harness is easy to put on and take off, plus the breathable mesh fabric is comfortable in all seasons. Strong Velcro closures and wide side strips ensure maximum security and a heavy-duty metal D-ring is available for leash attachment. Simply put, this harness is built to last.

In testing the Best Pet Supplies Voyager All-Weather Harness, we found that the harness distributed weight evenly to prevent excess pressure on the cat's neck and that the vest-like design didn't rub as much as nylon harnesses.

The Bengal Cat Club comments on this harness' comfort and security in both warm and cold weather. Fluffy Kitty also gives this harness a positive review, noting that it is highly affordable for the degree of quality it offers.

Not only does the Best Pet Supplies Voyager All-Weather Harness have more than 6,000 reviews and a 4.4-star rating on Amazon, but it also carries an Amazon's Choice award. Buyers love the simple design and the snug fit, though there are some comments about the limited adjustability.

Pros: Durable and breathable mesh fabric, vest-like design for security, easy step-in design, strong Velcro closures, heavy-duty metal D-rings, comfortable in warm and cold weather, five sizes and many colors to choose from, great for walking, highly affordable

When a large cat pulls on the leash, there is a higher risk for damage to the neck and throat — having a high-quality harness designed for larger cats can solve this problem. We chose the Best Pet Supplies Voyager All-Weather Harness as our top pick for large cats for several reasons.

Not only does the vest-like design offer enhanced comfort and security, but the step-in design is easy to remove, and it comes in five sizes so you can make sure it fits your cat perfectly. Though it is available in five different sizes, we found the Best Pet Supplies Voyager All-Weather Harness to be particularly good for larger cats.

With the step-in design, this harness is easy to put on and take off, plus the breathable mesh fabric is comfortable in all seasons. Strong Velcro closures and wide side strips ensure maximum security and a heavy-duty metal D-ring is available for leash attachment. Simply put, this harness is built to last.

In testing the Best Pet Supplies Voyager All-Weather Harness, we found that the harness distributed weight evenly to prevent excess pressure on the cat's neck and that the vest-like design didn't rub as much as nylon harnesses.

The Bengal Cat Club comments on this harness' comfort and security in both warm and cold weather. Fluffy Kitty also gives this harness a positive review, noting that it is highly affordable for the degree of quality it offers.

Not only does the Best Pet Supplies Voyager All-Weather Harness have more than 6,000 reviews and a 4.4-star rating on Amazon, but it also carries an Amazon's Choice award. Buyers love the simple design and the snug fit, though there are some comments about the limited adjustability.

Pros: Durable and breathable mesh fabric, vest-like design for security, easy step-in design, strong Velcro closures, heavy-duty metal D-rings, comfortable in warm and cold weather, five sizes and many colors to choose from, great for walking, highly affordable

If you're going to be walking your cat outside, you'll need a leash as well as a harness. While a traditional nylon leash might be the right weight and length for a cat, it offers limited control. Cats don't learn discipline as well as dogs do, so you can't expect your cat to become fully leash trained.

A lightweight retractable leash is a good option because it allows you better control over your cat, so you can keep them out of trouble. Our top pick for the best cat leash is the Flexi Vario Cord Leash.

The Flexi Vario Cord Leash features a compact handle with an ergonomic grip for comfort as well as an intuitive one-handed braking system. This leash has a quick, reliable response as well as a permanent braking feature. The cord itself is 10 feet long and rated for pets up to 18 pounds, though there are larger versions of the leash as well. Overall, it is a functional, versatile, and affordable leash perfect for walking your cat outdoors.

In testing the Flexi Vario Cord Leash, we found it to be lightweight and easy to use. The one-handed braking system worked very well when needed, and the whole thing fits well in a standard coat pocket.

A review from CatSnipCademy comments that the harness has a comfortable handle and that the leash itself is sturdy but super light. A more detailed review from Pete the Vet found the leash to be a great option for smaller pets. He also comments on the optional add-ons such as the nylon cord attachment and a stick-on LED light.

With more than 450 reviews and a 4.2-star rating on Amazon, the Flexi Vario Cord Leash is a very popular choice. Buyers love the ergonomic handle and reliable braking system, though there are some comments that the leash broke when used for larger dogs. We only recommend using this leash for cats and small dogs.

Pros: Lightweight handle, ergonomic grip for comfort, intuitive braking system, permanent braking feature, sturdy 10-foot cord, fits in a pocket, fast and reliable response, rated for cats up to 18 pounds

Cons: Leash may break with pressure from larger pets (dogs), cord may cause damage if you grab and pull it directly, handle may be a little small for very large hands, smallest size not for cats over 18 pounds

If you're going to be walking your cat outside, you'll need a leash as well as a harness. While a traditional nylon leash might be the right weight and length for a cat, it offers limited control. Cats don't learn discipline as well as dogs do, so you can't expect your cat to become fully leash trained.

A lightweight retractable leash is a good option because it allows you better control over your cat, so you can keep them out of trouble. Our top pick for the best cat leash is the Flexi Vario Cord Leash.

The Flexi Vario Cord Leash features a compact handle with an ergonomic grip for comfort as well as an intuitive one-handed braking system. This leash has a quick, reliable response as well as a permanent braking feature. The cord itself is 10 feet long and rated for pets up to 18 pounds, though there are larger versions of the leash as well. Overall, it is a functional, versatile, and affordable leash perfect for walking your cat outdoors.

In testing the Flexi Vario Cord Leash, we found it to be lightweight and easy to use. The one-handed braking system worked very well when needed, and the whole thing fits well in a standard coat pocket.

A review from CatSnipCademy comments that the harness has a comfortable handle and that the leash itself is sturdy but super light. A more detailed review from Pete the Vet found the leash to be a great option for smaller pets. He also comments on the optional add-ons such as the nylon cord attachment and a stick-on LED light.

With more than 450 reviews and a 4.2-star rating on Amazon, the Flexi Vario Cord Leash is a very popular choice. Buyers love the ergonomic handle and reliable braking system, though there are some comments that the leash broke when used for larger dogs. We only recommend using this leash for cats and small dogs.

Pros: Lightweight handle, ergonomic grip for comfort, intuitive braking system, permanent braking feature, sturdy 10-foot cord, fits in a pocket, fast and reliable response, rated for cats up to 18 pounds

Cons: Leash may break with pressure from larger pets (dogs), cord may cause damage if you grab and pull it directly, handle may be a little small for very large hands, smallest size not for cats over 18 pounds

With its durable, high-quality construction and excellent safety features, the Sherpa Deluxe Pet Carrier is our top pick for cat carriers. Not only will your cat be traveling in style, but he'll be safe, secure, and comfortable throughout the entire trip.

You should also consider the Necoichi Ultra Light Portable Cat Carrier, the Pet Magasin Luxury Soft-Sided Cat Carrier, the Petmate Two-Door Top-Load Kennel, and the Pet Gear 1-GO2 Plus Traveler Rolling Backpack Carrier.

Hairballs are inevitable for cats, and if your feline is extra fluffy, it may be a chronic problem. Luckily, there are plenty of great hairball remedies, medicines, and prevention tools out there. Our top pick is Tomlyn Tuna Flavor Laxatone Gel, which gently lubricates your cat's digestive tract to relieve hairball-related constipation and to prevent the formation of hairballs in the future.

You should also consider Vet's Best Hairball Relief Digestive Aid Supplements, Nutri-Vet Hairball Paw Gel, and Feline Greenies Hairball Control Smart Bites.

Cats are picky about the litter in their boxes, so it's important to choose a formula that's healthy for your cat and easy to clean. Our top pick is the Precious Cat Ultra-Premium Clumping Litter because it's a hard-clumping litter that traps liquids and odor without generating tons of dust.

You should also consider the World's Best Clumping Formula Litter and the Purina Yesterday's News Unscented Litter.

Cats need to scratch, so to save your sofa and your curtains, you need a sturdy cat scratcher or scratching post. In our research, the Pioneer Pet SmartCat Ultimate Scratching Post is the best of the bunch because it offers the ideal combination of functionality and durability without detracting from your home décor.

You should also consider the PetFusion Cat Scratcher Lounge and the 4Claws Wall-Mounted Scratching Post.

We've poured over reviews for the best cat toys on the market to come up with our top pick, the Bergan Turbo Scratcher. Despite its simple design, this toy will activate your cat's instincts for play while keeping your furniture safe from his sharp claws.

You should also consider the Cat Charmer Wand Toy, the Yeowww! Banana Catnip Toy, the Hartz Just for Cats Kitty Frenzy Cat Toy, and the FroliCat Bolt Laser Toy.

Cats love to sleep in the weirdest places, but sometimes they just want a nice bed to curl up in. There are all kinds of cat beds out there, but the PetFusion Ultimate Cat Scratcher Lounge is our top pick with its unique dual-purpose design as a scratcher and a nice big cat bed your kitty can stretch out on.

You should also consider the Aspen Pet Self-Warming Cat Bed, the Armarkat Cave Cat Bed, the K&H Thermo-Kitty Bed, the Original Kitty Cot World's Best Cat Perch, the Twin Critters KittiKubbi Handcrafted Cat Cave, and the K&H Outdoor Kitty House.

Cats like to drink fresh running water, so a cat fountain is a great way to encourage them to stay hydrated. The PetSafe Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain is the best one you can buy with its free-falling stream, generous basin, integrated filtration system, and adjustable flow control for maximum freshness.

You should also consider ceramic PetSafe Drinkwell Pagoda Fountain, the stainless steel Pioneer Pet Raindrop, the PetSafe Healthy Pet Water Station, and the PetSafe Drinkwell 360 Cat Fountain.

Shopping for cat food can be a challenge because there are so many options to choose from. Unless you have a thorough understanding of your cat's nutritional needs and knowledge of how to read a pet food label, you might find the task a bit overwhelming. You'll be glad to know, then, that we've done the hard work for you.

Cat treats can be a reward for good behavior, a way to clean your cat's teeth, or a supplement to their diet. Of all the cat treats we tested with our feline friends, the PureBites Freeze-Dried Cat Treats are our top pick because they're made with real meat to satisfy your cat.

You should also consider the Wellness Kittles Crunchy Cat Treats, the Orijen Tundra Freeze-Dried Cat Treats, the Sojos Certified Organic Catnip, the Virbac CET Oral Hygiene Chews, and the Prime Taste Treats Jerky Treats.

Fleas are no fun for your cat, but luckily, it's easy to get rid of those pesky pests. The best flea control product for cats is Bayer Advantage II, a monthly topical preventive that guards against fleas in all life stages, is highly effective, easy to apply, and completely waterproof.

You should also consider the Seresto Flea & Tick Collar, the Natural Chemistry De Flea Pet Shampoo, the Vet's Best Natural Flea & Tick Spray, and the Novartis Capstar Flea Control Tablets.

Cats can wear collars, too, and if you have an outdoor cat, it's good to have a collar with ID tags. The Rogz Catz Breakaway Cat Collar is the best one you can buy with its long-lasting durability, adjustable design, and important safety features like its reflective surface and a breakaway safety buckle.

You should also consider the GoTags Custom Embroidered Cat Collar, the Blueberry Adjustable Breakaway Cat Collar, the Bayer Seresto Cat Flea Collar, and the Whistle 3 GPS Pet Tracker.

After reading the reviews and testing a variety of cat litter scoops, we've settled on the Duranimal Durascoop as our top pick. Durably constructed from aluminum, this scoop is surprisingly strong, and the ergonomic handle makes it comfortable to use.

You should also consider the Litter Lifter, the PetFusion QuickScoop, the Purrr-Fect Scoop, and the iPrimio Sifter.

With its durable, high-quality construction and excellent safety features, the Sherpa Deluxe Pet Carrier is our top pick for cat carriers. Not only will your cat be traveling in style, but he'll be safe, secure, and comfortable throughout the entire trip.

You should also consider the Necoichi Ultra Light Portable Cat Carrier, the Pet Magasin Luxury Soft-Sided Cat Carrier, the Petmate Two-Door Top-Load Kennel, and the Pet Gear 1-GO2 Plus Traveler Rolling Backpack Carrier.

Hairballs are inevitable for cats, and if your feline is extra fluffy, it may be a chronic problem. Luckily, there are plenty of great hairball remedies, medicines, and prevention tools out there. Our top pick is Tomlyn Tuna Flavor Laxatone Gel, which gently lubricates your cat's digestive tract to relieve hairball-related constipation and to prevent the formation of hairballs in the future.

You should also consider Vet's Best Hairball Relief Digestive Aid Supplements, Nutri-Vet Hairball Paw Gel, and Feline Greenies Hairball Control Smart Bites.

Cats are picky about the litter in their boxes, so it's important to choose a formula that's healthy for your cat and easy to clean. Our top pick is the Precious Cat Ultra-Premium Clumping Litter because it's a hard-clumping litter that traps liquids and odor without generating tons of dust.

You should also consider the World's Best Clumping Formula Litter and the Purina Yesterday's News Unscented Litter.

Cats need to scratch, so to save your sofa and your curtains, you need a sturdy cat scratcher or scratching post. In our research, the Pioneer Pet SmartCat Ultimate Scratching Post is the best of the bunch because it offers the ideal combination of functionality and durability without detracting from your home décor.

You should also consider the PetFusion Cat Scratcher Lounge and the 4Claws Wall-Mounted Scratching Post.

We've poured over reviews for the best cat toys on the market to come up with our top pick, the Bergan Turbo Scratcher. Despite its simple design, this toy will activate your cat's instincts for play while keeping your furniture safe from his sharp claws.

You should also consider the Cat Charmer Wand Toy, the Yeowww! Banana Catnip Toy, the Hartz Just for Cats Kitty Frenzy Cat Toy, and the FroliCat Bolt Laser Toy.

Cats love to sleep in the weirdest places, but sometimes they just want a nice bed to curl up in. There are all kinds of cat beds out there, but the PetFusion Ultimate Cat Scratcher Lounge is our top pick with its unique dual-purpose design as a scratcher and a nice big cat bed your kitty can stretch out on.

You should also consider the Aspen Pet Self-Warming Cat Bed, the Armarkat Cave Cat Bed, the K&H Thermo-Kitty Bed, the Original Kitty Cot World's Best Cat Perch, the Twin Critters KittiKubbi Handcrafted Cat Cave, and the K&H Outdoor Kitty House.

Cats like to drink fresh running water, so a cat fountain is a great way to encourage them to stay hydrated. The PetSafe Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain is the best one you can buy with its free-falling stream, generous basin, integrated filtration system, and adjustable flow control for maximum freshness.

You should also consider ceramic PetSafe Drinkwell Pagoda Fountain, the stainless steel Pioneer Pet Raindrop, the PetSafe Healthy Pet Water Station, and the PetSafe Drinkwell 360 Cat Fountain.

Shopping for cat food can be a challenge because there are so many options to choose from. Unless you have a thorough understanding of your cat's nutritional needs and knowledge of how to read a pet food label, you might find the task a bit overwhelming. You'll be glad to know, then, that we've done the hard work for you.

Cat treats can be a reward for good behavior, a way to clean your cat's teeth, or a supplement to their diet. Of all the cat treats we tested with our feline friends, the PureBites Freeze-Dried Cat Treats are our top pick because they're made with real meat to satisfy your cat.

You should also consider the Wellness Kittles Crunchy Cat Treats, the Orijen Tundra Freeze-Dried Cat Treats, the Sojos Certified Organic Catnip, the Virbac CET Oral Hygiene Chews, and the Prime Taste Treats Jerky Treats.

Fleas are no fun for your cat, but luckily, it's easy to get rid of those pesky pests. The best flea control product for cats is Bayer Advantage II, a monthly topical preventive that guards against fleas in all life stages, is highly effective, easy to apply, and completely waterproof.

You should also consider the Seresto Flea & Tick Collar, the Natural Chemistry De Flea Pet Shampoo, the Vet's Best Natural Flea & Tick Spray, and the Novartis Capstar Flea Control Tablets.

Cats can wear collars, too, and if you have an outdoor cat, it's good to have a collar with ID tags. The Rogz Catz Breakaway Cat Collar is the best one you can buy with its long-lasting durability, adjustable design, and important safety features like its reflective surface and a breakaway safety buckle.

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You should also consider the GoTags Custom Embroidered Cat Collar, the Blueberry Adjustable Breakaway Cat Collar, the Bayer Seresto Cat Flea Collar, and the Whistle 3 GPS Pet Tracker.

After reading the reviews and testing a variety of cat litter scoops, we've settled on the Duranimal Durascoop as our top pick. Durably constructed from aluminum, this scoop is surprisingly strong, and the ergonomic handle makes it comfortable to use.

You should also consider the Litter Lifter, the PetFusion QuickScoop, the Purrr-Fect Scoop, and the iPrimio Sifter.

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