There are two things you need to know about Chapsley:
- He’s spoilt rotten. We don’t have kids, therefore Chapsley gets spoilt with toys, water fountains, climbing tower things, and of course, lots and lots of love!
- He’s a vicious little s**t sometimes… only to me though. We’ve taken him to the vets about three times to get him checked out. The official diagnosis was pretty much ‘He gets bored easily so keep him entertained’. Not massively helpful, but as such we have to keep him entertained with a constant stream of toys and playthings (it’s much better for me when I’m not the plaything.. always ends in blood and tears!).
So I was super pleased when Pets at Home offered to send him some special little Christmas treats and toys. We have a Pets at Home opposite our house and it’s so handy to be able to pop in and pick up some vital bits and bobs for Chapsley. Sometimes I like to pop over just to look at the cute little fluffy-wuffy bunny wrabbits!!
Below is what we were sent – a Christmas stocking, a reindeer dangle toy, a Santa door handle hanging toy thing, some stick treats and a chocolate Santa catnip treat.
I know he’ll go nuts for the catnip chocolate Santa, so I think I might save that for Christmas day. Likewise he can have his stocking hanging up on the fireplace next to ours on Christmas eve. The stocking is full of treats, cat milk (which he’s never had before so that’ll be interesting), as well as some balls with bells in and little mice to chase around. For only £5 it’s really good value.
He loved the little Reindeer chase toy – as did I! How cute is he?! It’s a really lovely toy – even the handle is covered in gold fabric (to match the sweet little Reindeer ears!).
He’s a bit dubious about the Santa door hanging toy. But even if he doesn’t play with it, it makes a really nice looking Christmas decoration. I almost hope he doesn’t play with it too much as it’ll be good to keep it and bring it out year after year.
He’s had some stick treats before, but he wasn’t really bothered by them. But he loves these ones! He can’t really eat them straight out the pack -they’re a bit too long for him to manage. But if I broke them up into little bit sized pieces then he can chew them up much easier. He’s already had two or three of these (uh-oh… Fatsley might be making a return if he keeps this up!).
I can’t wait for Christmas Day now so he can open his stocking! He’s a lucky little thing isn’t he?
Disclosure: I received these treats from Pets At Home for review purposes free of charge. All opinions expressed are honest and my own, not influenced in any way.