Food: Your cat's diet is essential for their overall health and well-being. Consider both canned food and dry food from reputable brands like Royal Canin, IAMS Proactive, Blue Buffalo, Fancy Feast, Instinct, Purina Pro Plan, Purina ONE, Reveal, Friskies, and Rachael Ray Nutrish.
Food and water bowls: A dedicated place for eating and drinking is a must for your cat.
Water fountain (optional): Some cats prefer to drink from a flowing water source and a water fountain can encourage them to drink more.
Soft Carrier: A carrier is essential for transporting your cat to the vet or for any other trips.
Secure & Comfy Bed: Give your cat a cozy place to sleep and relax. Ask your rescue organization which bed your cat may prefer.
Litter box & Scooper: A clean and accessible litter box is a must for your cat's hygiene.
Litter: We recommend using wood pellets at Bayberry Feline Rescue for their odor-control properties.
Kitten Shampoo and Conditioner (optional): Regular grooming is important for your cat's hygiene and health.
Litter mat: A litter mat will help contain litter and prevent it from spreading.
Brush: Regular brushing will help keep your cat's coat healthy and shiny.
Nail clippers: Trimming your cat's nails regularly will help keep them from becoming overgrown and uncomfortable.
Feline Toothbrush & toothpaste: Dental care is important for your cat's overall health, and a toothbrush and toothpaste can help keep their teeth and gums healthy.
Scratching post: A scratching post will help keep your cat's claws healthy and prevent them from scratching your furniture.
Toys: Keeping your cat entertained and engaged is important for their physical and mental well-being.
Cat Tree: A cat tree provides a place for your cat to climb, play, and rest.
Treats: Treats can be a great way to bond with your cat and reward them for good behavior.
Collar (optional): A collar with an ID tag can help keep your cat safe if they happen to get lost.