Retailers see fierce competition over cat food sales-but with the right tactics, they can still enjoy their fair share of the market.
If a retailer employs these tips for selling travel products, their store and their cat customers will be good to go.
Demand for cat furniture has undergone a recent shift that retailers need to take into consideration when stocking and merchandising their stores.
Although selling supplements requires retailers to become well educated on a complicated topic, those with a strong knowledge base can see great returns.
Sustainable, natural and eco-friendly products continue to grow their market share in the cat category but retailers must be smart about their sales strategy.
Pet stores should take advantage of the growing variety of cat treats on the market to provide their cat-owning customers with a broad selection of options.
Cat toys play an important part in an independent pet retailer's bottom line and in every healthy cat's life.
Few pet owners realize that, with the right products and knowledge, the family cat is just as trainable as its canine counterpart.
Often considered a fun treat for cat and owner alike, catnip can also be used to promote activity and as a tool for training cats.
Cat grass products offer cat owners a chance to treat their cat while also helping with a real problem: hairballs.
Niche cat diets offer retailers a point of differentiation and a chance to help build a loyal cat-owning customer base.
The kitty litter category is often ignored, but with a little attention, it can be a great source of repeat sales for pet specialty stores.