Fits best on bigger cats and will create some of your most memorable Halloween photos. While customers note many of their cats don't appreciate the act of putting the costume on, they are fine afterward and ready for their money shots. Quality material.
Read size-related reviews ahead of time to ensure the costume will fit, as it's not universally sized.
Simply designed to ensure your cat does not feel encumbered by the headpiece. Fits cats and small dogs up to 15 pounds.
It may not fit dogs as well as it does cats.
Headpiece is adjustable for fit. Plush wings have adjustable straps. Available in two sizes: small to medium and medium to large.
Some say it runs small, so measure carefully. Costume has small parts that could pose a choking hazard to a pet that likes to chew.
These glasses turn any cat into an instant hipster and serve as a quick and easy Halloween costume. Cats seem to appreciate how light the sunglasses are while we love their organic, trendy vibe.
While a strap would help secure the glasses, it may also detract from their effortless appearance.
This costume appeases both the owner and cat with its simple, comfortable design. A great last-minute pick if a cat costume is necessary.
Expect the cape to flop to one side or another.
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There’s no reason your cat can’t join in the fun of Halloween. There are tons of options available to ensure they bring the laughs on this holiday. And there’s something for every kind of cat personality. If your pet doesn’t like being dressed up, you can go with something more simple like some sunglasses. And if they’re OK being messed with a little more, you can get them a full costume that leaves them looking like a pirate or other fun character. It will bring the laughs, and that’s kind of the point. The one thing you’ll need to know when picking a costume for your cat is how much they’re willing to tolerate. Once you’ve got that figured out, it should be much easier to make your choice.