Our picks for cat Halloween costumes

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Yesterday, we wrote about Halloween costumes for dogs. Today, it’s time for our favorite cat costume picks this year.

Although Halloween is still over two months away, we think it might be worth getting a headstart on your Halloween costume shopping for your cat or cats this year. That’s especially true if you’re ordering online since delivery times have been delayed so much lately.

Even if traditional plans for pet parades and many other in-person events may be cancelled this year, we suspect there will likely be online pet Halloween costume contests and, of course, it’s always just fun to have a photo session with your kitty in costume and show them off via social media.

So, whether your cat is sweet, funny, majestic, cool or spooky, or a combination of all of these, you will likely find something on this list that will help them show of their personality (or, purr-sonality):

    1. Help your kitty strut their stuff with this Bro’Cear Peacock Costume.

 

The headpiecee might not be a hit with some cats, but the “tail feathers” still make the costume work well without it. And it looks nice and easy to put on.

To order from Amazon or for more information, click here.

2) The cuteness factor is off the charts for this Idepet Pirate Costume. We believe even Johnny Depp would be jealous of how pirate-y your little feline looks.

For more information or to order on Amazon, click here.

3) Many cats are little princesses. In fact, one of the most wonderful cats we have ever had was named Tabitha, but we nicknamed her Princess, because she acted like one.

So, of course, this Frisco Princess Dog and Cat Costume caught our eye.

Frisco pet princess costumeFor more information or to order on Chewy.com, click here.

4) Panda bears are notoriously cute. So imagine the cuteness overload when your cat dons this Panda costume from InnoPet.

And kitty, or a small dog (if you have one) can also wear it as a coat even after Halloween is over.

To order on Amazon, or for more, click here.

5) A traditional scary Halloween costume, such as a bat, works great for a cat (we’re feeling a bit like Dr. Seuss after that sentence). And we like the simplicity of this one, yet how it still manages to make a statement. And your cat might love the idea of having wings for a day (just be careful that he doesn’t figure out how to use them!).

For more information, or to order on Amazon, click here.