If you’ve been feeling weird vibes from the universe lately, that might be because Extraterrestrial Abductions Day is on the horizon–March 20th.
What better way to get into the otherworldly spirit of this hashtag holiday than by kitting yourself out with some alien-themed cat gifts and accessories?
Here are five cat-centric Extraterrestrial Abductions Day essentials you can order right now.
1. Aliens And UFOs Clip Collar
Firstly, you’ll want to make sure that your most beloved feline is in on the holiday by picking up a clip collar emblazoned with images of green aliens and UFOs.
The collar is a available in a range of sizes to fit any kitty, whether they’re alien or earthling.
2. Klawde: Evil Alien Warlord Cat Books
Next, you’ll want to buff up on your knowledge about the alien-feline relationship. So start dipping into the Klawde series of comic books, which star a self-proclaimed “evil alien warlord cat.”
Remember, it will be imperative to be able to empathize with our new extraterrestrial kitty overlords.
3. Cat UFO Stickers
Are looking to educate or warn your cat about any potential extraterrestrial abductions on the horizon?
Make use of these stickers, which explain exactly why the aliens are here: for the cats!
4. The Cat From Outer Space
Do you feel like you’re lacking when it comes to really understanding the intricacies of the history of cats and aliens?
Rectify that by watching The Cat From Outer Space, a cosmic comedy from Disney that stars a space feline named Jake.
5. UFO Cats T-Shirt
Finally, pledge your ultimate allegiance to Extraterrestrial Abductions Day by sporting this t-shirt that depicts a bunch of felines being zapped up into a UFO.
Are you and your cat infatuated with aliens and UFOs? Are you also keeping your kitty safe from space ships on Extraterrestrial Abductions Day? Then tell us all about it in the comments below!
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