JonPatrickHyde
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BRING OUT THE BLING! Above -
Aisa the Tabby wears a traditional herringbone sweater with just a touch of bling - glittery threads used in the weave give her just the right amount of pop to make her stand out in the crowd.
TARTAN IS IN!
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Fafoutis the Maine Coon wears a stylish tartan sweater that compliments his jet-black fur and big gold eyes.
SIMPLE IS SWEET! Above -
Nona the Siamese is dressed for success in her casual but sharp stripped slimming sweater.
SWEATER DON'TS!
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Skinny - undersized looking sweaters are OUT! Zephyr the Bengal looks constrained in this silly tight velour sport sweater!
UNI-SPECIES IS ON TREND! Sizing is everything! Zeph is such a big boy - this "LARGE" cat sweater was too small for his 20lb 3ft frame... so he moved up to a "MEDIUM" dog sweater and now he's JUST RIGHT!
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ZEPHYR LOOKS READY TO PLAY GOLF. Does he need a caddy?
I love this so much! So cute!
Aisa and Nona are litter mates - I got them when they were 7 weeks old. So I got lucky. They were rescues but I got them really early. They'd been abandoned. Zephyr and Fafoutis were 7 months old when I got them - so they were just getting beyond the kitten stage... None of them have worn sweaters before now - Aisa and Nona are 5 and Zeph and Fafoutis are 2. As long as you are patient and you make it a non-scary/threatening experience - they'll do fine. Fafoutis and Nona are already 100% accustomed to them. They can and will wear them all day. Zeph and Aisa get irritated with the sweaters after short period of time. But they are getting better.
@shannonl5 - It turned really cold here last week and the heat in my house isn't the best. So winter comes with lots of layers and stuff. And I guessed they were telling me they were cold when they (all) either wanted to nap UNDER the comforter or in my lap... They are much happier. BTW - unless you get your cat used to sweaters as a kitten - sweaters have to be "broken in". You should never put one on an adult cat whose never worn a sweater for more than 15 minutes - you can get them used to the sweater by adding 5 minutes each day until you can leave them in them for a couple of hours. Cats are very sensitive - and they get extremely moody - and easily over-stimulated with something so close to their skin until they get used to it.
Love love love this. Sweet kitties! <3
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