Inflatable Unicorn Horn For Cats Will Make Your Pet Hate You This Halloween

Although the creator of the Inflatable Unicorn Horn for Cats claims that your cat will love having something embarrassing strapped to its cranium, the expression worn by the feline featured in the product’s advertisement seems to suggest otherwise. Regardless of cats’ seeming hatred of being dressed up, that won’t stop people from forcing their furry companion to wear the aforementioned costume this Halloween.

According to Laughing Squid, Archie McPhee’s Inflatable Unicorn Horn for Cats will be available for purchase this October. If you’re serious about getting your paws on one of these outfits for your own feline friend, you can sign up now to be alerted when the product is ready to ship. Your cat, meanwhile, will be secretly plotting your murder accidental death.

The product is officially described as follows:

“Your cat makes a show of being regal and in control, but you could turn all that around with this Inflatable Unicorn Horn for Cats. It’s a vinyl, 5-1/2″ long unicorn horn with a four-point elastic strap system that holds it comfortably on a kitty’s noggin. Why have just a regular cat, when you could have a uni-cat?”

If your best friend in the whole world doesn’t respond well to having the Inflatable Unicorn Horn for Cats rudely strapped to its fuzzy forehead, there are a number of different options presently available on the market. For example, Halloween Express is currently offering up the Stegosaurus Pet Costume, which allows you to transform your ordinary household pet into the miniature dinosaur. The outfit, which retails for $40.99, is completely sold out as of this writing.

Although it doesn’t really compete with the Inflatable Unicorn Horn for Cats, you could always pick up the Star Wars Princess Leia Pet Costume available for $16.99 at Spirit Halloween. Although dogs are depicted in the product’s promotional images, chances are you can stuff your unwilling cat into the outfit, as well.

Would you buy an Inflatable Unicorn Horn for your cat?