Cat Halloween Costumes for your Furry Little Friends
Most owners of animals all want their furry friends to in some way reflect exactly what they themselves look and feel like, which is where cat Halloween costumes come into play. Like dogs and other furry little friends, such as ferrets, there’s a company somewhere, in some town, making costumes that will fit onto the body of the feline in your family to make them fit more into the spirit of the holiday in question itself.
Halloween is an ancient and revered celebration of the souls of the dead, which in itself has nothing to do with what we celebrate today as the feast. The main thing celebrated these days about Halloween is commercialism, and how companies can make a profit from it.
There’s a great deal of cash being made, no doubt, and plumping your furry feline into a cat Halloween costumes is just one of the many ways that these companies continue to make money off the idea that everything must look just as the adverts and pitch men tell us it should look.
Here is a cool little cat costume idea for your furry little friend; Cat From Hell Pet Costume
The idea of Halloween itself was originally a pagan ritual, which as mentioned celebrated the return of the souls of those passed in the previous year to the land of the living to make sure that they were being revered and celebrated by their kin left in the real world.
It’s probably from this idea that the basis for witches and warlocks and demons and ghouls and all things evil happening on this night first came into the human psyche – and as cats are so ultimately associated with witches, it’s no stretch to see where associating cats with Halloween came about.
But no one told those lovely men at the cat Halloween costumes’ company about this, and you can rest assured that this was the last thing on their minds when developing that bright red coat with a tail and forked ears for your feline.
So when you’re deciding what to put on your cat, make sure it’s not something itchy or rattly as that will drive them crazy. If possible, don’t use plastics as these cat Halloween costumes are so cheaply made their bound to be toxic.
And don’t forget about toddler Halloween cat costumes either!
But the simplest and cheapest way there is to make a cat look and act scary on the night itself, especially when you have the Trick or Treater’s lined up outside is basic to say the least – open the door then pull its tail – now THAT will give them a scare!