I think the name speaks for itself. Best. Thing. Ever.\r\n\r\nwww.kittywigs.com\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPhoto credit: kittywigs.com
I forget where I found out abut this, but I was laughing my ass off. Its also fifty bucks for a wig.
I don't want to be a killjoy but that just seems cruel to me! How do the wigs stay on the poor kitties? I couldn't find an answer on the website.
It reminds me of this comic:
Or am I missing that it is some sort of joke website?
It does look like a joke to me. I'm not sure though. It's like yet a new version of Poe's law:
Well, I have a cat or two who might actually be into this kind of thing.
Oh, it's not a joke.
I expect the wigs stay on by themselves until the cat gets bored, same as a human wig. I also suspect these are only any use on very docile cats. In the description of the model cats, the site owner does say that some cats won't wear them.
And she donates 20% of her profits to an animal charity, which further cements the 'genuine and not cruel' theory. Unless you call 'lack of dignity' cruel but I don't think cats have any concept of 'looking funny in a wig'.
Those pictures are a hoot. The one above kinda looks like my cat Monkey, but he'd have that wig torn to shreds in seconds.
We used to be concerned about our cats chewing on Christmas tree icicles, so I'd be concerned about them ingesting the wig fibers, though they do say:
Kitty Wigs should only be used with human supervision and label the packages with warnings. Glad they donate some of the profits.
Cats are one of nature's most perfect predators. One of these days they may rise up and kill us all. This could be just the thing to start the revolt…..
Oh crap. I think I hurt myself….that was priceless!!!!
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