Cute cute Daniel tiger and Katerina kitty cat birthday outfit
Welcome to our cat outfits for cats category! Where you'll find lots of options to dress up your cat. We've got a large selection of cat clothes for you to have your kitty looking great. Our Chief Kit Baby Patches (a Turkish Angora calico) is one of our models and she loves trying on everything from dresses to sweaters and shirts to costumes.
Whether a cat has fur or no fur cat clothing can be needed to keep a kitty warm or for health reasons. Whatever the reason, we love dressing up cats here so I hope you love our cat clothes for cats selection. And if there is something you are looking for but do not find please contact us for any custom inquiries.
New to dressing your cat or kitten? See our article about that has helpful information on how to get a cat used to clothes and on why they should wear clothes.
A solid black fuzzy feel tunic with a green neck line. The front has two green cat eyes, white whiskers, white mouth and an orange nose. Your little cutie will be the cutest kitty on the block! One size fits up to 24 months.
Kitty is an adorable cat, but don't let her natural good looks fool you. This little kitty loves dressing up in her owner's clothes! Pick out a cute outfit for her to go bounding through the house!Plush, hooded onsie with enclosed hands and feet. Extra soft and fluffy yarn simulates the kitty cat feel, and an adorable kitten tail finishes the outfit. Four small buttons can be closed anywhere along the front. Make your next photo session extra special with this baby kitty cat onsie costume! This crochet baby cat costume pattern is detailed and easy to follow! Contact me with any questions!It took me awhile to figure out how I wanted to shape the kitty face. From atop the worktable, Addie assessed and directed and I think we came up with just the right proportions. I simply cut the shapes out of pink or black flannel, pinned them onto the yoke of the dress and did a tight zigzag stitch around the edges. For the whiskers, I used a straight-stitch around each side. I made two ears from the wool felt (with pink inner accents) and sewed them into the top seam of the yoke when sewing the lining on. The face should be added before sewing the lining together with the main dress so that all the stitching is tucked inside. I used buttons for the closures on the back and snaps for the straps, so that they would be hidden and not interfere with the cat face. The snaps need to be added to the lining before stitching the whole dress closed.