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Goth things to kittens?

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Postby Night » Fri Jun 03, 2005 12:32 pm

any site specialising in goth things for Cats?
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Postby Ninsuna » Sat Jun 04, 2005 11:17 am

What sort of things are you looking for? Toys etc?
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Postby Night » Tue Jun 07, 2005 7:15 am

Toys and things like that :)
Still haven't found one.
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Postby Ninsuna » Tue Jun 07, 2005 11:12 am

I doubt there would be any site specifically selling 'gothic' cat toys. I'd suggest buying something from a usual pet store and customising it yourself to suit your needs. I don't think your cat(s) would be too fussy in what it has, as long as s/he can play with it. :p
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Postby Night » Wed Jun 08, 2005 10:20 am

Hell's Angel WroteColonI doubt there would be any site specifically selling 'gothic' cat toys. I'd suggest buying something from a usual pet store and customising it yourself to suit your needs. I don't think your cat(s) would be too fussy in what it has, as long as s/he can play with it. :p

I know, but it has a picky mom :p

I actually found a cat bed with pink skulls on it :D
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Postby freaky_b_sketch » Thu Jun 09, 2005 8:50 am

Hey there.

I've always been interested in designing a few little things for the "goth pet". For my little kittie, I made her a large bed that has a wine-coloured velvet lining, a spiderweb headboard and pillars at the base, that have bats on the top.

I also made her a cat food dish that has purple moons and black bats painted on it.

I have other ideas, but do you think there would be a market for my little gothy cat accessories?
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Postby Rain » Thu Jun 09, 2005 12:33 pm

freaky_b_sketch WroteColonHey there.

I've always been interested in designing a few little things for the "goth pet". For my little kittie, I made her a large bed that has a wine-coloured velvet lining, a spiderweb headboard and pillars at the base, that have bats on the top.

I also made her a cat food dish that has purple moons and black bats painted on it.

I have other ideas, but do you think there would be a market for my little gothy cat accessories?

I think it's a really great idea. I mean, I'd buy 'em, and it doesn't look like anyone has really done something like that before.
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Postby Night » Fri Jun 10, 2005 10:17 am

I think it would sell, it would fit perfect in a house with goth interior, and it's fun with things like that :)
I would absolutely buy thigns like that for my pets :)
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Postby Ninsuna » Fri Jun 10, 2005 12:46 pm

freaky_b_sketch WroteColonHey there.

I've always been interested in designing a few little things for the "goth pet". For my little kittie, I made her a large bed that has a wine-coloured velvet lining, a spiderweb headboard and pillars at the base, that have bats on the top.

I also made her a cat food dish that has purple moons and black bats painted on it.

I have other ideas, but do you think there would be a market for my little gothy cat accessories?

Lucky kittie you have. ;)

I reckon there would be a market for them, but I think it would be a fairly small market. It's a fun and new idea, and like Rain said, it appears that no-one else has thought of this idea before, so if i were you, i'd go ahead and see how things turn out. :)
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Postby threnody » Sat Jun 11, 2005 9:19 pm

I once put a spiky black leather collar on my cat. I'm certain it would have looked hella cool, were it not for the fact that I have a fluffy longhaired cat...and as such, the collar wasn't visible. Course, it was great fun when people who weren't used to my off-kilter sense of humor came over and decided to play with him :D "Gaelan....I think there's something wrong with your cat. He has a growth on his neck. "
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Postby cofneverlivetotell » Sun Jun 12, 2005 11:10 am

Im sure you can get some sort of small colar thing with studs...
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