13 cheap and cheerful Christmas gifts for the special dog or cat in your life

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Instead of splurging all your hard earned pennies on presents for family members that you don't really like (lol), why not treat the ones who are ALWAYS there for you...


Your furry friends should definitely be right at the top of your christmas gift list, and we've got LOADS of cute ideas to spoil them rotten - even though they may be waaaay happier with a cardboard box or a cheap roll of wrapping paper...

Now, who's a good dog (or kitty).

13. Flashing Ball, £5 NEXT

12. Ottoman's Dog friendly Mince Pies, £3 John Lewis

11. Dog friendly beer, £10

10.Supersoft dog bed, £25

9. Pom Pom dog scarf, £5.50

Not really fond of dressing your dog up as superman? Why not ease them into dressing up with a lovely knitted scarf. Perfect for those winter woodland walks.

Plus, profits from these scarves will go to amazing charity Guide Dogs UK. What a perfect reason to buy three!

8. Catnip snowman balls, £4.99

Your beloved kitty will get themselves in an absolute tizz with these snowmen inspired catnip balls - perfect for some festive fun!

7. Rainbow Bridge Candle, £24

Will this be your first christmas without your adored pooch or cat? This 'rainbow bridge' candle will allow you to have a quiet moment to remember the good times...

6. Natural Catnip toybox, £14.95

Sit back and watch your cat go MENTAL.

5. Barbour dog collar, £29.95, John Lewis

Oh so stylish!

4. Christmas turkey dog toy, £6.99, John Lewis

Nearly as good as the real thing? No?

3. Personalised dog coat, £22 PetsPyjamas

A top seller, don't let your pooch feel left out on walkies this winter!

2. Plush Cat Tree, £45, Tesco

Want your cat to have a better house than you? Then treat them to this 'cat tree made out of natural materials - creating the ideal place for the cats to starch, hide, scratch and play.

1. Pet Friendly cupcakes, from £3.49, Ocado

Treat your pet to a yummy 'woofin' on Christmas morning, made with creamy carob yoghurt icing and decorated with an assortment of bone themed biscuits and doggy choc drops.

What will you be treating your pets to this Christmas? Have we given you some ideas? Let us know over on Facebook and Twitter (@CloserOnline).

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