June is Adopt-a-Cat Month, which coincides with “kitten season” and the unfortunate onslaught of kittens brought to shelters. Whether you’re planning on adding to your family or just want to spoil the felines already in your house, some of our favorite cat products are discounted.
My two cats are my entire life. I spend a ton of money on toys, despite their preference for wadded-up napkins or hair ties; I navigate around boxes and paper bags so they can have spots to play and hide; I cancel plans to stay home and cuddle with them instead. If you’re reading this, you probably feel the same. For more, check out our guide to our favorite cat toys and supplies and our list for newly adopted puppies and kittens.
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Litter Box Deals
One-Month Trial of Kitty Poo Club for $13 ($9 off): If you’re unsure what kind of kitty litter you need, or just want to avoid dealing with it entirely, Kitty Poo Club is a great litter box subscription service. For Adopt-a-Cat Month, the company is offering 40 percent off your first order when you sign up for its newsletter. As long as you change the box every month, the cardboard won’t leak. Plus, the box is made of 100 percent recycled materials, and it can be recycled again once you’re done with it. If you continue to use the service after the first month, you can get just the box for $12 per month, just litter for $18, or both for $22.
Frieda Litter Box Enclosure in Brown for $118 ($49 off): If you want to hide your litter box, this is a gorgeous option that WIRED writer Louryn Strampe loves. Inside, there’s room for the box plus a small area to catch the litter falling off your cat’s paws before exiting. If you don’t like brown, the white ($140, $26 off) and the gray ($125, $49 off) versions are also on sale.
Beds and Cat Tree Deals
Catit Vesper Cabana for $51 ($9 off): I haven’t tried this specific product from the Vesper line, but I love the cat tree, and my cats love it. Most of Catit’s products are compact and sleek.
Best Friends by Sheri 2-in-1 Bed for $20 ($10 off): You might be able to find this for cheaper at TJ Maxx (that’s where I got mine), but $20 is not a bad deal. You can expand the bed to a fluffy cave or squash it into a cushy bed. I’ve put this bed through countless wash cycles over the last three years, and it’s only just started to tear. That’s a pretty good life for a pet bed.
Cleaning Supply Deals
Honeywell HPA250B Air Purifier for $200 ($50 off): Like a line in an Alanis Morissette song, I’m ironically allergic to the cats I love so much. That doesn’t stop me from having them though; I just have to clean more often and keep an air purifier running. We have a long list of purifiers we like, and this is the best smart version we’ve tested. It doesn’t look as nice as some of them, but at $200, it’s relatively affordable as far as purifiers go. It’s for rooms up to 310 square feet.
iRobot Roomba i3+ for $449 ($151 off): A robot vacuum will also help tremendously in keeping the pet hair and dander in check. Like purifiers, they aren’t cheap, but this is one of our favorites. Plus, it empties its own bin! That’s one less thing for you to worry about, and more time you can spend catering to your furry friend.
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