Bestselling Cat Eye Care Supplies in 2020
Zoetis Terramycin Ophthalmic Ointment, 1/8-Ounce
- Treats conjunctivitis and secondary bacterial inflammatory conditions
- Easy to use eye ointment
- Ox tetracycline hydrochloride with Polymyxin B - versatile, broad-spectrum antibiotics
- Requires Prescription in California
- Broad-spectrum effectiveness against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative organisms, including Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Arava Pet Eye Wipes - for Dogs Cats Puppies & Kittens - 100 Count - Natural and Aromatherapy Medicated - Removes Dirt Crust and Discharge - Prevents Tear Stain Infections & Irritations - Soft & Gentle
Tomlyn Sterile Eye Wash for Dogs and Cats, (Opticlear) 4oz
- One of the only sterile eye washes on the market
- Manufactured at a human grade facility
- Formulated at the same pH as tears
- Helps relieve discomfort and itching
- Soothes eye irritation and discomfort caused by dry mucous
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Miracle Care by MiracleCorp/Gimborn Eye Clear Sterile Eye Wash Pads, 90-Count
- Fast, easy application
- Less waste when applying
- Exclusive Eye Clear Formula
- Also available in eye drop formula
Nutri-Vet Eye Rinse Liquid for Cats, 4-Ounce
- Reduces eye irritation
- Helps eliminate tear stains
- Removes debris
- Gentle formula
- Good for all size cats
Vetericyn Plus All Animal Eye Wash | Eye Drops for Dogs and Cats – Relieves Eye Redness and Irritations from Allergies – Tear Stain Cleaner – 3-Ounce
Optixcare Pet Eye Lube Lubricant for Dogs & Cats 20 gram
- In dry eye conditions, instill 1-2 drops in both eyes, 2 to 4 times a day or as often as recommended by your veterinarian or veterinary ophthalmologist.
- Helps maintain moisture to the eye
- For dogs and cats
Eye Envy NR 2oz Tear Stain Remover Solution for Cats
- Eye Envy is an all-natural, topical tear stain remover for cats and kittens over 8 weeks old
- A safe, effective and natural alternative to ingested tear stain removers
- Made in the USA and does not contain bleach, peroxide, steroids, Tylosin, or antibiotics
- May also be applied to the feet and mouth/beard stains
- Purrrfect for Persian, Himalayan, Oriental Shorthair, Turkish Van and other light colored breeds! Eye Envy for dogs is also available (sold separately)
Banixx Pet Care for Fungal & Bacterial Infections 8oz
- For Dog Hot Spots, Ear Infections, Ringworm, Yeast Infections, Cuts & Punctures, Dermatitis
- A unique pH product with zero odor, zero sting, and safe for use around the eye & mouth
- Earth-friendly, made in USA and Safe for Any Pet
Vetericyn Plus All Animal Antimicrobial Ophthalmic Gel | Eye Product for Dogs and Cats – Relieves Eye Redness and Irritation from Allergies – 3-ounce
The Importance of Cat Trees
Are you thinking about getting a new pet? Or another pet? If you're considering getting a cat, there are many things that you should consider before jumping into ownership of such an animal.
When you adopt a cat, you are adopting a new member of the family. It must be treated with love and affection like you would any other living being, thus it's important to have some understanding of a cats personality or behavior before getting one
You cannot train a cat like a dog.
Many people think of cats and dogs as very like creatures; grouping them together in a larger "pet" category. Yes, they both need to be fed and loved and taken care of in all the basic ways, but they are very different creatures. Dogs want, and often times need, their master's love and affection, and they will work to get it, but a cat's priorities are different.
A word often associated with cats is "independent." Yes, cats care most about their own needs. Try as you may to teach a cat tricks, it doesn't care for your approval, and therefore doesn't need to listen. Approval and affection does not motivate them, so what does? A cat may, at times, seem to listen, but that's mostly just because they want to.
Cats need their own space.
Like children wanting their own rooms, cats want a special place just for them. Different cats like different things, but for the most part they like small spaces to curl up and sleep. Many cats love to sleep in the sun, or like to watch the action outside the window, while others like more secluded, dark places to hide when they relax.
Also, of course, cats love to climb. Everybody will give different reasons why, but nobody can deny that many cats love to look down on everything from high places. This is something to keep in mind because they will find things to climb, and it will be things like couches and curtains if you don't give them something.
Many cat lovers have cat trees in their homes. These are tall, oddly shaped carpeted structures built for cats to climb. However, many of them serve other purposes as well. They provide a good place to scratch, because all cats will, and some cat trees also have toys, or areas specifically built for a cat to sleep on. In a house with dogs, kids, or other fast moving creatures, an out-of-the-way place to sleep is a blessing. In addition to all this, a cat tree will give your pet great physical and mental stimulation to help keep it healthy. All in all, one could say that a cat tree is almost a necessity for a serious cat owner.