Have you sorted out your plans for St. Patrick’s Day yet? The holiday takes place on March 17 every year.
Whether you’ll be out celebrating with friends in a bar or at home rustling up a traditional Irish feast in the kitchen, how about taking the holiday in a feline-themed direction?
Here are five cat-related gifts you can order right now in time for St. Patrick’s Day.
1. Irish Cat Shirt
First up, you’ll want to ensure that your Saint Patrick’s Day outfit contains the appropriate amount of cat iconography.
Check out this baseball jersey shirt that runs with the pun “Feline lucky.” Bonus four leaf clovers and a lucky horseshoe add to the appeal.
2. St. Patrick’s Day Leggings
If a t-shirt isn’t quite bedazzled enough for your Saint Patrick’s Day dressing up plans, how about these stretchy leggings that feature a veritable clowder of printed cats all proudly sporting their finest green top hats?
Standing out from the crowd will not be an issue.
3. Salt And Pepper Shakers
Now that your Saint Patrick’s Day clothing is taken care of, how about sprucing up your home dining situation with salt and pepper shakers that are shaped like cats and embellished with a bunch of shamrocks?
4. Irish Pub Sign
If you’re thinking about enjoying some libations at home to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day, try perking up your drinks nook with this metal sign that renames your home bar as “The Cat And Crown Pub.”
Naturally, the landlord is a cat sporting some very regal headgear.
5. Irish Cat Collar
Finally, if you suspect that your own cat might be feeling a little left out of all the Saint Patrick’s Day shenanigans, treat them to this shamrock-themed green collar, complete with lucky shamrock charm.
How are you celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day this year? Is your kitty joining your festivities? Let us know in the comments below!
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