cat shirt1I’m not trying to be a hipster or anything, but I wore cat shirts when I was about 9 or 10, and I know that, once upon a time, these cat lady shirts were not fashionable. Circa 2003, I owned many shirts with these felines on them. Fuzzy cats, red cats, blue cats, tall cats, small cats. But enough with the Dr. Seuss references. I’m just trying to say that cat lady style is back. And it is back with a vengeance. To all of you who made of me for not wearing the latest Limited Too blinged-out top and denim mini-skirts, I had my eyes set on the fashion of the future.

Surprisingly, I see these cat shirts everywhere now. Not only are they in public, they are celebrated as being “cool” and “trendy”! (?) I’m not sure if it is the rise of the cat-loving hipsters, but our feline friends have become a fashion staple and apparently, people are willing to pay good money to wear a shirt proudly displaying realistic cat graphics. The above shirt, for example, is $25 and is often sold out on many an online shopping site.

cat shirt

Now is the time, my cat lovers. Wear your cat shirt and wear them proudly. Meow.

And while you’re at it, pick up some of these for your safe night-time excursions.

cat flask

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