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And September’s WTF? Award Goes To…

The lucky recipient of the WTF? Award must be offering for sale in the UK an item of cat paraphenalia so pointless and/or hideous that the average response to said item would be one of utter disbelief.

Sigh!  If only there was a way to blend a cat’s litter tray seamlessly into any home, while simultaneously making it irresistable to young children… Wait a minute!  What’s this?

Gosh! It’s a large plastic dolls house, with a litter tray inside.  If you’re concerned that the little people in your life aren’t spending enough time playing with cat poo, you can purchase your very own LitterHouse for a mere £46.80.

(To be fair, the LitterHouse is designed to prevent dogs from eating cat litter – a potentially serious problem in households where cats and dogs live together.  Plus it contains a ramp which brushes the litter off your cat’s feet before he or she has the chance to walk it all over the place.  So at least it’s functional!)

And July’s WTF? Award Goes To…

The lucky recipient of the WTF? Award must be offering for sale in the UK an item of cat paraphenalia so pointless and/or hideous that the average response to said item would be one of utter disbelief.

This product is actually on sale in the Netherlands, not the UK, but I’m sure you’ll agree that’s it’s worth bending the rules for: ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Funeral Car Cat Palace

funeral car car play house

Yes, that’s right; a carpet-covered funeral car for your cat to play in.  Lovely!

If your cat’s always wanted their own hearse, just click here to buy one (you need to click on ‘Special’ from the options list).  Can’t give you a price I’m afraid, as they’re made specially to order.  Wonder how many of these things they’ve actually sold?!

And June’s WTF? Award Goes To…

The lucky recipient of the WTF? Award must be offering for sale in the UK an item of cat paraphenalia so pointless and/or hideous that the average response to said item would be one of utter disbelief.

cat fire engine

This cat appears to be somewhat embarrassed.  I don’t know why, I reckon more of our cats should have their own fire engines: they could use them to help other cats who are stuck up trees, thus enabling the Fire Service to concentrate their efforts on inferno-management.

If your cat would like to fulfil its civic duties, the Cat Play Box Fire Engine is available from Amazon for £13.52.

 

And May’s WTF? Award Goes To…

The lucky recipient of the WTF? Award must be offering for sale in the UK an item of cat paraphenalia so pointless and/or hideous that the average response to said item would be one of utter disbelief.

It goes without saying that no bathroom should be without a Novelty Cat Shower Cap.  I know Cool For Cats UK readers are a very stylish bunch with impeccably good taste, so I expect most of you have one of these beauties already.  But, just in case they’ve somehow slipped under your fashion radar, you can redeem yourself by popping over to Amazon and snapping one up for a mere £5.95.

And April’s WTF? Award Goes To…

The lucky recipient of the WTF? Award must be offering for sale in the UK an item of cat paraphenalia so utterly pointless and/or hideous that the average response to said item would be one of utter disbelief.

Purple and beige: one of the most tasteful colour combinations known to humankind…

If you love your cat enough to make them feel like king of the castle, the My Kitty Darling Scratch Castle can be purchased from Amazon for a mere £96.79.

And February’s WTF? Award goes to…

The lucky recipient of the WTF? Award must be offering for sale in the UK an item of cat paraphenalia so utterly pointless and/or hideous that the average response to said item would be one of utter disbelief.

Here’s one for all those who worship at the alter of subtlety:

Even the cat looks embarrassed!  This beauty is available through Amazon for the princely sum of £149.00!

Right; I’m off to raid the piggybank.

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