From apps that can help you work out what to do if your cat has an accident and needs first aid to those that can help train or even entertain your cat, we’ve rounded up 11 must-have apps for cat owners this year.
Pet Healthcare and Safety
1. Pet First Aid — American Red Cross
When our cats injure themselves, it can be stressful trying to work out how to look after them best. The American Red Cross Pet First Aid app provides health advice for 25 different scenarios, with step-by-step guides for what to do for each one.
It also helps you ID common poisons and find pet-friendly hotels, and it has interactive quizzes to test your knowledge.
Do you find yourself losing track of which cat needs vaccinations or tablets? If you have multiple pets, trying to remember which cat needs what can be a challenge! This app can track all kinds of details, like when you last trimmed your cat’s claws to their medical records. You can even set reminders for vaccinations, de-worming, and more.
Games and Entertainment
3. Relax My Cat
Does your cat get easily stressed? This app is designed to help them relax with music! The music is based around the noises of feline communication, as well as a range of environmental sounds intended to catch your cat’s attention. It includes soothing music, sleepy music, playtime music, and even music designed to reduce separation anxiety! Cat Fishing 2
4. Cat Fishing 2
Friskies Cat Food has created a fun and engaging app to help your cat indulge in one of their favorite hobbies. Watch as your cat racks up points by catching virtual fish. You can choose from 10 different pond and fish combinations, with bigger challenges the more skilled your cat gets. You can also share their high scores with Friskies!
5. My Talking Pet
You might have seen cute videos of pets that look like they’re talking, and now you can make your own using your cat! My Talking Pet captures images of your cat and transforms them into animated talking videos. Add cute accessories like hats, mustaches, and glasses for the ultimate style.
6. Cat Alone
Does your affectionate cat demand attention while you’re trying to cook dinner or make an important phone call? Cat Alone provides six games for your cat to try. You can set it up and leave your cat as they try to catch ladybugs, flies, laser pointers, and more. They’ll be entertained by the combination of movement and sound, giving you peace for a moment!
7. Human to Cat Translator
Have you ever wanted to communicate with your cat? Use this app to translate your voice into a meow. You can choose from various translation options and see if it makes your cat respond to your requests differently. Bear in mind, though, that even if you’ve translated what you want to say into cat-speak, your cat may still ignore you!
Playing is fun, but food is important too! Download the Chewy app to make shopping for cat food and supplies even easier. You can add to your order, manage your auto-ship options, and get 24/7 access to Chewy’s pet experts. If you sign up to Chewy today, you’ll get a discount on your first auto-ship order, making it easier than ever before to keep your kitty well-fed.
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