Noe Valley Pet Company 1451 Church Street
San Francisco, Ca 94131
Bed or Crate: a great way to make your cat feel at home.
Scratching post: will help redirect your cat away from scratching the furniture.
Toys:will keep your wily cat occupied.
Treats and training rewards: help reinforce good behavior.
Pheromones: help keep an anxious cat or kitten from spraying or marking.
Grooming supplies: to control shedding and unwanted fur.
Collar and ID tag: even an indoor cat may wander out of the house.
Microchip: a quick and easy way to identify your animal in case it loses its collar or gets out of the house without it on. Consult your veterinarian about micro chipping.
Bowls: provide separate bowls for food and water that are size appropriate
Healthy food: you may want to start your cat/kitten off using the food provided by the breeder or animal rescue organization, and then transition to an all-natural, high protein food without bi-products or fillers. Depending on the cat’s age and metabolism, a raw meat diet may also be appropriate. Come in to our shop and we will be happy to discuss with you an appropriate feeding plan.
Cat sitter: it is a good idea to establish a relationship with a pet sitter early on in your cat’s life so that you can feel comfortable when you go away. A daily visit by an experienced cat sitter for refreshing food and water and a bit of playful social interaction is always recommended. Call us at the shop for recommendations.
Flea shampoos and treatments: are available in natural sprays and medicated tubes. It is a good idea to bath your pet immediately on arriving home and protect yourself and other animals from unpleasant flea bites.
Veterinary check-up: always recommended for a new pet in order to get a base line of good health and determine your pets overall condition and well-being.