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    Saving Money On Cat Supplies

    Articlepet advice guidesTuesday 27 November 2012
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    Pet cat supplies can be expensive and considering that somecats can live to nearly 20 years old, saving money on cat products, even asmall amount at a time can add up over the years until a substantial amount. Tosave money on pet cat supplies, you don’t have to affect your cats’ quality oflife at all, read on to find out more about saving money on cat supplies.

     

     

    Pet Cat Supplies –How To Save Money

     

    • One of the biggest ways to save money on pet cat supplies, especially when you have just bought a new cat is to search for essential items second hand. You can buy essential pet cat supplies for sale such as toys, cat beds and scratching posts on Clickpets and save money compared to store prices.

     

    • There are other essential cat supplies that are required but can still prove to be opportunities to save money. For instance, many supermarkets sell their own brand of cat litter. Cat litter, by its very definition gets thrown away and by buying cheaper cat litter, you can be saving money. You can also simply use less, as long as you are still using the necessary amount, try cutting down.

     

    • Many people recommend that you add baking soda to the cheapest cat litter you can find as this does an excellent job of reducing odour and is much cheaper that expensive cat litter.

     

    • Check with your vet as to what cat food they recommend, brand name cat food is much more expensive than the supermarket’s own brand and may offer the exact same amount of nutritional value. Increasing the amount of dry food compared to wet food will make your pet cat supplies go further.

     

    • Make sure that you check any old packaging for coupons or vouchers that will save money on your next purchase. Also, consider purchasing your cat supplies in bulk as this will often save you money in the long run.

     

    • Adopting a cat or buying an older cat for sale can also save money as you will not have to pay as much in the first place for the cat, and many sellers will also include various cat products with the sale. You can search for cats for sale on Clickpets.
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