People.com Celebrity Carrie Ann Inaba's Purr-fect Pet Presents The Dancing with the Stars judge makes a list of these goodies (and checks it twice) every year By Helin Jung Published on November 20, 2012 01:20 PM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 12 PRANCER & DANCER Felix Mack Just call her Captain Elf! Carrie Ann Inaba may be a Dancing with the Stars judge by day, but most other waking hours are spent caring for animals, including six dogs and cats she calls her own. This year, Inaba also fulfilled a lifelong goal of starting an animal foundation when she launched The Carrie Ann Inaba Animal Project, which aims to support the rescue, welfare and well-being of animals. 02 of 12 CRYSTAL COLLAR BY SUSAN LANCI "Every kitty needs a little glamour for the holidays," Inaba says. She loves the collar's soft texture and eye-catching bling. "My little Squeaker is on her second one – and she still loves it." Buy It Now! Giltmore Two-Row Collar, $49.99, gwlittle.com 03 of 12 FRONTGATE FAUX FUR DOG BED "Not everyone wants the dog bed to be the feature in the room," Inaba says. "This bed looks great with contemporary or elegant interiors – and no one knows it's a dog bed." Buy It Now! Faux Fur Dog Bed, $95.50-$135.50, frontgate.com 04 of 12 UNLEASHED LIFE HIGH-RISE PET FEEDER Another way to incorporate your pets into your lifestyle aesthetic? These bowls, done in a polished nickel finish, are left out in the open at the Inaba house because, she says, "They're so cool looking!" Buy It Now! High-Rise Pet Feeder, $45-$135, unleashedlife.com 05 of 12 MESHIDAI DOUBLE FEEDER Having many mouths to feed means needing lots of vessels for the food, so Inaba also incorporates this feeder for its natural feel. "They look much nicer than typical bowls and go with my earthy style of décor," she says. But It Now! Meshidai Double Feeder, $49.99, bowsers.com 06 of 12 DRINKWELL 360 PET FOUNTAIN "All cats love fresh-flowing water," Inaba says. The Drinkwell 360 Pet Fountain keeps the water fresh, flowing, and "keeps my animals hydrated and happy." Buy It Now! Drinkwell 360 Stainless Steel Pet Fountain, $99.99, petsafe.net 07 of 12 JOHN PAUL PET SHAMPOO Inaba, a native of Hawaii, used the John Paul Mitchell Awapuhi shampoo when she was younger and loved the scent. Now, as a pet owner, she uses the John Paul Pet Awapoochi shampoo, which is paraben and EDTA-free. Buy It Now! Awapoochi Pet Shampoo, $12.95, wag.com 08 of 12 KITTYWALK OUTDOOR CAT ENCLOSURE "I have one for my kitties and it keeps them safe while letting them be safe," Inaba says. "They get their sun and play time outside." The quick-to-assemble structures fold for easy storage. Buy It Now! Kittywalk Teepee, $479.95, kittywalk.com 09 of 12 FROLICAT LASER CAT TOY Here's a hands-free device that really comes in handy. Inaba's cats are big fans of the FroliCat laser toys, but she might be an even bigger one. She explains, "I can be doing other things while they get their exercise."Buy It Now! Bolt Laser Cat Toy, $24.95, frolicat.com 10 of 12 CAT-MAN-DOO DRIED BONITO FLAKES This treat, made entirely of the bonito fish, has no additives or preservatives, and they're low in fat while high in protein. Inaba's cats "love this snack," she says. Buy It Now! Dried Bonito Flakes, $42.99 for six 1-oz. containers, buy.catmandoo.bizCAT-MAN-DOO DRIED BONITO FLAKES This treat, made entirely of the bonito fish, has no additives or preservatives, and they're low in fat while high in protein. Inaba's cats "love this snack," she says. Buy It Now! Dried Bonito Flakes, $42.99 for six 1-oz. containers, buy.catmandoo.biz 11 of 12 COSMIC CATNIP "The best catnip out there," Inaba promises. "My kitties go crazy for it, then sleep for hours. I always buy this for the holidays." Buy It Now! Cosmic Catnip (1 oz. bag), $4.99, shopourpets.com 12 of 12 BLANKETS FOR SHELTERS "One of the best gifts you can give to an animal is a donation of a blanket to your local animal shelter during the winter months," Inaba says. If you're feeling even more generous and have the means, Inaba suggests fostering an animal for a few days so that it can get a break from the stress of shelter life. "It's a wonderful gift to give love and charity to those less fortunate than you during the holidays."