Spoil your cat with a box of treats every month.
The monthly PurrBox fits right through the letterbox and contains a surprise selection of toys and treats. Each box also contains an envelope of catnip, a month's supply of cat grass, and the "PurrPost" newsletter which explains the contents of the box and provides tips on looking after your cat and understanding their behaviour. It all comes wrapped up in tissue paper, which cats love to play with too.
Price: £9.95 monthly subscription
Cats can have home offices, too.
Cats like walking on keyboards, so why not get them one of their own to play with. This scratching post that looks like a laptop, or "cattop," is kitted out with a scratch pad keyboard, a fluffy toy mouse, and a customizable desktop wallpaper that you can slide in and out of the "screen."
Outdoor cats can stay warm with this festive walkies outfit.
For those cat owners who like to take their pet with them for wintry walks down the park, this outfit jazzes the boring leash up for the holiday season. This body harness sports plaid woven fabric, a red stain boy with a heart rhinestone centre, and a D-ring to attach a leash.
Tuna fishy treats are the star of this stocking.
There are plenty of supermarket and pet shop stockings available for pets, but this luxury stocking treats any cat like the king or queen of the manor they think they are. The stocking contains tuna fishy treats from the Klassy Canine Bakery, a tray of meaty food from Lily's Kitchen, a Christmas blanket, and a pack of four small cat toys.
Give your kitty a festive bed to lay their heads down on.
For when it all gets too much, your kitten can lay down and burrow inside this "Purrshire" cat bed. The snuggly gift looks like a Santa hat but has an added scratch pad and jingle bell toy to play with.
This toy is fun for the cat, even when the owner is not in the mood.
The best way to work out whether or not to buy Cat's Meow is to watch the YouTube videos. Cat's Meow has a motorized wand that reminds your cat of a mouse, darting underneath a cover.This toy is fantastic for when owners don't have time to play, and it takes cats a hilariously long time to get bored of it.
Make sure everyone knows it's Fluffy's food with these personalised bowls.
Cats notoriously don't like sharing, so this personalised bowl will let everyone in the household know whose dinner belongs inside. You can add your pets name, followed by "food" or "water" to this bowl, which also sports a fish-bone image and the word: "Meooww!" There's also a gift-wrapping option.
Price: £11.99 (+£3.99 gift wrapping)
A happy cat is a groomed cat.
Cats love grooming themselves and this gift turns their routine into a playful parade. Part groomer/part toy, this cat arch contains a carpeted scratching base, hanging toy, durable bristles, and a concealed catnip compartment to encourage kitty to scratch this — not your sofas.
Cats dressed like '80s rock stars make great calendar models.
Calendars are staple gifts at this time of year, but instead of Cliff Richard, treat your cat-owner pal to "Cats of 1986." Each month they can feast their eyes on kitties with dodgy hairstyles, cats engaging in "Wrestle Meowmia," "Hip Hop" cat, and plenty more.
A self-cleaning litter tray will reduce the pain of a dirty chore.
One downside of owning a cat is dealing with the litter tray. But the CatGenie, a self-flushing, self-washing litter box, solves that problem. It uses washable litter that rarely has to be changed and the device automatically cleans 10 minutes after the cat has used it. While it's a costly upfront payment, this present will save a lot of grief in the long-run.
An automatic cat feeder is helpful for cat lovers who want to take a break.
This automatic pet feeder is perfect for cat owners who are planning a short vacation. The Cat Mate C50 ensures pets get fed at their usual mealtime, with five feeding compartments for wet and dry food. Two ice packs under the bowl help keep food fresh and the compartments are both easy to wash and dishwasher proof.
Give your cat lover their own cat eyes.
These over-sized cat-eye sunglasses are a cat lover's dream. The shades are "inspired by the bohemian chic from the '60s and '70s," according to the website, and are a fun statement accessory. Order soon, because you'll have to ship these specs from the US.
Price: £6.65 plus £2.33 shipping
And you can buy a matching pair for the cat!
It will be a miracle if the cat stays still for enough time to take a photo, but the effort will be worth it for the Instagram. These "Kitty Poindexter" glasses are from Etsy member NotsoKittyShop, which stocks a variety of felt-made, elastic-fastening cat accessories.
Price: £5.45 plus £8.17 shipping
This jumper with cat designs looks warm for the winter.
Forget the "Christmas jumper" trend — the cat jumper is what the cat lover in your life would love to receive this year. This sweater sports an all-over monochrome cat design and is available in UK sizes 4-16.
Test your cat's brainpower with the "The Cat IQ Test."
Most cat owners think their pet is the cleverest in the neighbourhood. Here's a way to make them prove it. "The Cat IQ Test" by E.M. Bard asks owners to consider question whether their cat makes sounds on request, or if it places its tail flat on the floor when it is eating to determine whether their cat is a secret genius. The book includes a four-part intelligence test, suggestions on how to make your cat cleverer, and a certificate of merit to stick on the fridge.
Price: £11.54 hardcover, £3.99 paperback