by Grace Bonney


i tend to have a mild obsession with my cats. i just think they’re the greatest pets ever, like all pet parents do. so, i get happy when i find fun toys with which to spoil them. if you have cats you probably know the joy of a ping pong ball in the bathtub (keeps them entertained for hours), so these little kitty face versions are just too too cute. while i think $9 for three balls is kinda crazy (ok a lot crazy), i still love those little kitty faces (the flower patterns are on one side, kitty faces on the other). and if you’re shopping for a pooch instead of a cat, check out this bright orange dog bed upholstered in vintage-inspired fabric, too cute ($120-$240). all available at george sf, check out their new additions right here. enjoy!

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  • Thank you for posting this – the world seems to be so dog-crazed, it’s hard to find great stuff for cats.
    Re: Jeannie – If I went home and tried to put “stuff on my cat”, she’d probably put some scratches on my face.

  • I shop at George in Berkeley quite often, and can’t recommend their cat food enough. While it’s too expensive for everyday it’s a nice little kitty treat for my fussy eaters.

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