With cats’ growing popularity, retailers would be smart to invest in crucial feline-focused products like scratchers and climbers.
The litter box category is home to innovative solutions that make cleaning up after cats more convenient.
Avoiding messy dust and overwhelming fragrances, manufacturers are opting for more natural formulas when creating cat litter.
The trend toward natural foods is here to stay, and retailers should educate themselves in order to properly serve their customers.
Retailers hoping to grow their cat treat sales must look into the unique needs and preferences of their cat-owning customers and account for the often finicky natures of cats.
Blending science and nature, manufacturers are making calming aids to ensure cats are relaxed and healthy.
Nutrition trends for cats include grain-free, hydration and more meat.
As pet parents take more interest in nutrition and ingredients, raw pet foods for dogs and cats are quickly taking off.
More young cat owners mean new chances for retailers to drive sales of an often-overlooked product category—cat bowls.
Retailers need to stay up-to-date on the latest oral, skin and coat care innovations.
As the litter market continues to grow, specialize and innovate, keeping track of changing trends is a priority for any pet retailer.
Supplements and healthcare products have to be tasty to please discerning felines.
Cats at play have always captured attention, but now that YouTube and internet memes are creating feline celebrities, demand for cat toys continues to grow.
Flea and tick prevention represents a valuable opportunity for retailers to familiarize themselves with a necessary and growing product selection for cats.
Great selection and smart marketing can help retailers take advantage of cats’ recent popularity boost to drive sales in catnip products.
The most important feline nutrition trends in pet stores include raw, natural and a focus on high-quality proteins.
With growing attention on keeping cats happy and healthy, consumers are demanding high-quality treats that also sate the selective feline palate.
Cats are more popular than ever, which means retailers have the chance to drive sales in this historically underserved category by stocking a great toy selection.
Calming and behavior products can help pet owners keep their cats safe and provide retailers with incremental sales.
As cats become more popular pets, both consumers and retailers are embracing grain-free and raw meat diets.