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cat tshirt


Cat Accoutrements (for human beings)

Cat Tee by Sol Angeles at Anthropologie


(buying via the affiliate links may result in Marcy getting more treats)

Cynthia:  Is it just me or are cat themed clothing and accessories getting more sophisticated?

Marcy:  It’s you.

Cynthia:  Really? Because these models look super cool in their (Made in the USA) cat tees.


Project Social T Peeking Cat at Urban Outfitters
Brian Lichtenberg Feline Pullover Hoodie

Marcy:  It’s called marketing, Cindy.  Advertisers have been putting crazy clothes on beautiful teenagers for forever because they look fantastic in… everything. It’s an illusion and you people fall for it every time.

Cynthia:  Yeah but what about this barrette? It’s not crazy. I love it.

Cats of Gold Barrette


Marcy:  It’s crazy.

Cynthia:  Even cat ears are getting more sophisticated.


So Catty Headband

Marcy:  Even crazier. Why are you not listening to me?

Cynthia:  Because I’m gullible and believe in the fantasy.

Marcy:  But you look like a lunatic in cat wear. Leave it to the under 20 set.

Cynthia:  No. You only live once and I want to wear what I want.

Marcy:  Fine.

Cynthia:  Fine.

Marcy:  I guess if you give your cats human voices and have a cat blog then you’re already a billboard for lunacy. Might as well be a walking and talking billboard in cat ears.


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Moon Kitty Sweatshirt







Moon Kitty Sweatshirt

“Moon Kitty” Lightweight Dolman Sleeved Sweatshirt

Cynthia:  I am picky about wearing cats on my clothes. I want a cat print that is cool. Interesting. Even classy. Or at least, not garish or clown like. But still … fun!

Marcy:  And you think this sweatshirt fits the bill?

Cynthia:  Yes. I do. It’s by an artsy San Francisco company called Fluffy Co. Their products are Made in the USA and they are committed to sustainability. Gosh, I love buying a home made product. It makes me feel helpful.


“Moon Kitty” Lightweight Dolman Sleeved Sweatshirt

Marcy:  By the way, sweatshirts are “in” this season.

Cynthia:  Really? How do you know that?

Marcy:  Uh… I have a fashion blog.

Cynthia:  No need for sarcasm.

Marcy:  Obviously, one of us needs to know what’s trending and what’s not. Congratulations on accidentally being in style. I never thought it would happen.

Cynthia (brightly):  Thank you! The sweatshirt is super soft, has a banded waist, and 3/4 length dolman sleeves. I like that the length of the sweatshirt is short as it goes great with my high waisted jeans. This is not a sloppy tee!



Marcy (purring):  I like it!

Cynthia:  Yay! You can also get this print on a T-shirt

Marcy purrs even louder.

Cynthia:  And, if cats aren’t your thing –

Marcy:  Gasp! Marcy stops purring. How dare you!

Cynthia:  FluffyCo also has a birds on a bicycle print, a wild horses print, and a solar system print (which includes Pluto!). See below.

Marcy (disgusted):  Birds, Cindy? Really? Birds are for eating, not wearing.

Marcy swishes her tail back and forth still angry about Cynthia’s cat comment.

Marcy:  And Pluto’s not a planet.

Cynthia:  It used to be… when I was a kid.

Marcy:  You know, if you are going to turn our blog post into a sweatshirt ad you should at least let everyone know that all the proceeds from the affiliate links go to cat rescue.

Cynthia: Absolutely. As stated on my sidebar, any commission made from affiliate links goes to animal rescue!

So what do you say, Marcy? Wanna sashay with me out in the sunshine in my moon kitty sweatshirt?

Marcy:  Yeah. Let’s go look for some birds on bicycles.


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Feline Fashion At The Hollywood Fringe

Bridgit King

Cynthia:  So I was in the Theatre Row section of Hollywood this past Saturday – doing a tech rehearsal for the play I am producing for The Hollywood Fringe Festival (Telenovela Wives of Pancho Villa) – and saw this gorgeous girl wearing a super cool cat sweatshirt.

Marcy:  Don’t tell me. You exuberantly and insanely accosted her with your iPhone and demanded pics to put on our blog.

Cynthia:  Why, yes. I did.

Marcy:  And she didn’t call the police?

Cynthia:  Nope.

Marcy:  Wow. You got lucky this time.

Cynthia:  Her name is Bridgit King and she’s an actor, director, and producer out here in Los Angeles. She’s producing a series of plays called Driven by Demons for the Hollywood Fringe Festival that looks edgy and exciting.

What I love about Bridget is that she captured an effortless California-girl, boldly individualistic/artistic, completely adorable, LA actress look. And she did it with an awesomely neat-o cat shirt!

Bridgit King

Cynthia: Sigh… I wish I could pull off shorts and boots and a cat tshirt like Bridget.

Marcy:  Yeah, right. They’d laugh you right out of the old folks home.

Cynthia:  Marcy! I’m not that old.

Marcy:  Sorry. You could pull off shorts and boots and a cat tshirt…

Cynthia:  Thank you.

Marcy (snickering):  …in your dreams.


*Thank you to Bridgit for letting us feature her on our blog. And for not calling the police. To see her play please check out her page on the Hollywood Fringe Festival site here.


3 Ways To Style A Super Cool Cat Shirt

Cynthia:  Marcy. Yay! I figured out three ways to wear my cat t-shirt. Woo Hoo!

Marcy (aghast):  You took pictures of yourself wearing a cat and plastered them on the internet. Is that normal?

Cynthia (very enthusiastically):  Probably not. Okay. Now. This first look is called my “Zooey Look.” Cute. Quirky. Flirty.

Zooey Cat Look

Marcy:  Stupid.

Cynthia:  This second look is my “Urban Cool” look.

Urban Cool Cat Look

Marcy:  Stupid. And out of focus.

Cynthia:  And this last look is what I like to call my “Kate” look after Katherine Hepburn. You know, wide leg pants and all.

Kate Cat Look

Marcy:  Stupid. Wrinkled. And somewhat inaccurate I’m sure.

Cynthia:  Oh Marcy, why are you trying to rain on my parade?

Marcy:  Well, If you don’t know, I’m not telling you.

Cynthia:  Tell me.

Marcy:  No.

Cynthia:  C’mon.

Marcy:  No.

Cynthia:  Please.  I’ll give you a treat.


i’m penelope i’m little but i’ll whap ya


Cynthia:  Oh, Marcy… you’re right. Oh dear… I’m so sorry. I should have considered your feelings. I promise to –

Marcy (interrupting):  WHERE’S MY TREAT?!

Marcy has Cynthia wrapped around her paw