Providing cats with furniture especially designed for them makes for a more stress-free environment for everyone.
Veterinarians aren’t the only ones in the pet healthcare business–retailers have a great deal to offer cat owners looking to safeguard their cats’ health.
The cat aisle is a great place to showcase effective products that are also ecologically sound and all-natural to appeal to green-conscious customers.
Pet specialty retailers should use every opportunity to promote sales of cat treats–a profit-generating product category that encourages repeat customer visits.
Retailers can boost sales and help out their customers by offering a wide range of cat toys and touting the many benefits of toy play for the family feline.
With the right product assortment and knowledgeable staff, retailers can essentially serve as health care providers for cat owners.
The market is brimming with products designed to meet cat owners’ household-cleaning needs.
Knowing the cat food market and the trends is key to maximizing sales.
Customers can use everyday cat supplies to help deter bad behaviors and encourage good ones.
For retailers, the right mix of cat furniture comes down to understanding the products and their benefits.
Almost all of the 38 million cat households in this country use litter, which means the product is a integral part of every pet retailer’s business.
An important item in every cat aisle, cat grass is safe, nutritional, easy to sell and enjoyed by many felines.
Not every feline will require a dietary supplement, but there are certain times in cats' lives when these products can be particularly beneficial.
Retailers can promote cat treat sales by asking each customer how they’ve used treats in the past and then teaching them new ways to use these tasty morsels.
Not only do cats enjoy activity, playtime can help stop behavioral problems and improve overall feline health.
Retailers can help cat owners prepare for trips by arming them with necessary travel products and helpful advice.
Ten uncomplicated ideas that will help retailers make their cat aisles more environmentally friendly.
Careful observation and attention, along with routine veterinary care, proper exercise and sound nutrition, will help senior cats live long, healthy lives.
There is nothing cuter than a small, fluffy kitten, but owners need to arm themselves with a variety of products to help them care for these rambunctious pets.
Cat furniture can encourage exercise, discourage bad behavioral tendencies and provide comfort—and pieces come in a variety of styles and colors to match any home’s décor.