For those unfamiliar with the U.S. economy, 1% of the population holds an extremely disproportionate amount of the country’s wealth.
Snoops and Kommando Kitty here. We know that all any cat really wants is a loving furever home, complete with human staff. A catnip mouse or feather on a string are good gifts. Maybe one of those battery-powered toys. But some cats live in luxury, eating only the finest hand-prepared food and sleeping in customized beds. We decided it would be fun to see what types of things might be on their Christmas wish list. We are helpfully providing contact information in case you see something you like.
Modular Cat Wall (https://www.catswall.com/modular-cat-wall)
“The modular design not only extend the spaces for cats but also reduce the oppression which is caused by narrow living space. For long-term, cats might be bored and refuse to use the bulky traditional cat trees. All the hanging accessories of Catswall modular cat wall can be mounted on (or dismounted from) the hanging tracks directly, it is easy to take down for cleaning or change position.”
Price: Starts at $1,1159
Cool Cedar Cat Cottage (http://www.catsplay.com/cat-furniture-types/cat-outdoor-houses/kool-cat-kottage-cat-house-with-porch-deck)
“The Holiday Hollow Cat Tree is a whopping 82 inches tall and is styled like a high-rise apartment building with its 3 interconnecting condos and its penthouse Condo on top. Your cats can climb between the condo levels. Inside the Cat Tree Condo are the platforms which are designed to allow easy upward travel. Our animal print versions are made from real carpet, not faux fur! Available in leopard or tiger!”
Buckingham Palace (https://kittymansions.com/collections/featured-products/products/buckingham-palace)
“It’s finally here! Buckingham Palace is a place where cats can feel like part of the Royal Family. It features large bedroom areas, overhead tunnels, royal seats, large scratching posts, ramps, slides, and everything else you can think of for a fancy cat! It stands at just under 9 feet, is 80 inches wide, and 44 inches deep. It’s a massive play area for your lucky cats!”
Price: $2,200 (marked down from $2,890)
Park Place Cat Tree (https://playtimeworkshop.com/product/park-place-cat-tree/)
“The wonderful Park Place Cat Condo is simply the most accommodating piece of Cat Furniture on the market. This unit is all your “kids” could ever wish for. With 4 separate cat condos you cats will love exploring this grand cat tree. The Extra large upper beds will handle two cats at a time effortlessly. The upper and lower main condos are multiple cat accommodating. The end units which are interconnecting to the main condo are nice single guest rooms. This cat tree is super heavy with a low center of gravity which guarantees your “kids” a wobble free environment.”
Price: $599.99 (for the bargain hunter)
We also found this pawsome cat flap:
“Forget your standard cat flap, for £1,000 you can have a Swarovski studded cat flap! Fitted with 1000 crystals, this flap made waves in 2009 when it was launched by Hertfordshire based company, Doors4Paws.” Unfortunately, the flap is no longer available. They do still make wooden flaps for us commoners. (The funny-looking “L” is British for money. It usually takes more dollars than pounds – money not weight – to buy something.)
You will note that these are off-the-shelf products. If you are looking for something truly unique, you need to contact an “artisan”. That is someone who does awesome work for a lot of money. We do not have a list of those people.
23 thoughts on “What Do You Get the 1% Cat for Christmas?”
Lol! Unfortunately, since my 4 cats are in the lower 99% and their hu-mom was just given a tax increase by the GOP, they will not be getting any of these wonderful cat creations.
We’re in the same boat. So we’re hoping for a six-pack of mice. Snoops and Kommando
Me too but im still a happy cat. Me-ow.x
That really is luxury living!
I can’t imagine our cats having their own cabin. We’d probably never see them again.
That castle looks fun, it also looks bigger than my house 🙂
I think you need to have a pretty big house to even use it. Or move out all the furniture for the cat
Ha ha so true.x
Oh I love all these ideas! My partner is quite good at making things…my girls have cat trees etc. but the funny thing is, they generally still all end up on the bed with me! 😸💕
Nothing beats warmth and cuddles.
You’re da bestest foto up there. We do like da wall and da outdoor cottage. But alas…we’re in da lower 1%, none of that fur us. MOL Big hugs
Dezi and Raena
Thank you! None for us either. But we like where we’re at.
Wow!! I am didn’t know all these things existed! I shall have to investigate as I NEED something like these!! I’m going to put my place up for sale now!
The cabin would probably be perfect for you since you like to go outside
*Couldn’t (my bad) – see that’s what happens when you browse late night but I truly needed it – I’m all smiles 🙂
Mew Mew hellos Snoops & Kommando! The Buckingham Palace looks furr-tastic! Mom says if she wins the lottery it will be the first item on the list she buys for me! Tee hee hee.
We like that one too. Mom says it’s too big for our house, but she didn’t even measure it.
I am so not letting my cats read your blog
I already told mine that we didn’t have room for any of it 🙂
I watched my father-in-law spend thousands of dollars on cat trees, beds, toys, all of which not a single one of his cats were interested in. So when we got Zoey the Cool Cat back in 2007, I resisted the temptation to buy all that stuff. Instead, I simply put some shelves up by the windows so she could sit and look outside. She’s quite happy doing that, sleeping on the beds, and watching the wildlife from her own private lanai.
We have some favorite boxes around here too. The lanai sounds pretty nice – we’re expecting 9″-12″ of snow over the next couple of days. Think she’d share?
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