Unwrapped: For The Ultra-Emotional Cat Person In Your Life


Including something called a “Twinkle Tush”

'Tis officially the season for gift-giving. For us, that’s a full month (31 days!) in which we’ll be providing gift ideas for everyone on your list with our Unwrapped holiday gift guides. So make your holiday shopping a breeze this season, and let us help you find gifts for all the people in your life—and maybe even a spoiled pet or two.

Hello, my name is Hilary, and I am an incredibly emotional cat person. Which is to say, while I’ve been super-emotional pretty much all my life, I recently added a pair of kitten brothers, Prince and Dr. Pocket, to the mix (please follow them on Instagram—I’m trying to quit my job). In addition to being the ideal receptacles for all my anxieties, hopes, dreams, and dogged attempts at being adored on the internet, P&P have provided a cornucopia of bold new ways in which to spend my money. So come with me, friends, on a journey deep into the strange land of feline-directed retail.

I present you with this ultimate gift guide for you, me, your cat, my cats, and all the cat people in your life.

Your Cat Backpack, "The Original," $99, available at Your Cat Backpack

Have you ever wanted to wear your cats, but without Cruella de Vil-ing them first? Here is your chance. In this backpack, your cat can sit and gaze out of a space bubble while either: (a) contemplating suicide or (b) enjoying the pleasures of overland travel. I myself enjoy walking down the street wearing both my cats while softly singing “Space Oddity” to them. Anyway, the pack comes in several snazzy styles, but my personal favorite is the “City Chic” in pink because I am a posh lady and also don’t believe in policing my sons’ gender roles.

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