Make a feline lover's year with this roundup of pawsitively purrrfect gifts
On her: Stay Home Club T ($36, Likely General, 389 Roncesvalles, 647-351-4590, likelygeneral.tumblr.com), Betina Lou Ivy skirt ($160), Sous Sous cat brooches ($20 each, all Victoire, 129A Ossington, 416-588-6978, victoireboutique.com), Ladosa boot ($190, Aldo, 332 Yonge, 416-596-1390, and others, aldoshoes.com)
This 12-by-18-inch Nest art print is pretty much an accurate depiction of any cat lady’s daily life ($16, Stay Home Club, stayhomeclub.com).
If a cat brings you a dead animal, it’s not a gift. It’s a warning. How To Tell If Your Cat Is Plotting To Kill You is a hilarious and necessary read for any pet lover ($16.99, Indigo, 220 Yonge, 416-591-3622, and others, chapters.indigo.ca).
Cat nail art is the new French manicure. Show your love to the world with these Cat Crazy nail stickers ($6, Drake General Store, 1144 Queen West, 416-531-5042, and others, drakegeneralstore.ca).
You’ll probably want to buy an extra one of these cute Bread & Butter cat mugs for when your kitty “accidentally” sends one crashing to the ground ($36, Scout, 405 Roncesvalles, 416-546-6922, iheartscout.com).
For the truly cat obsessed: a cat lover magnetic poetry kit ($15, Le Tablier Blanc, 688 College, 647-883-6091, letablierblanc.com).
Collect all the Tricky Cats minifigures and add them to your office cubicle decor scheme ($14 each, Magic Pony, 2104 Dundas West, 416-861-1684, magic-pony.com).
Show off all your cute cat photos at parties with Luckies smartphone projector 2.0 ($43.60, shop.lomography.com).
For when you need another feline in your life, but are at risk of becoming a hoarder: a plush friend from local toy company Monster Factory. Word is Jinja is cool and curious ($24.95, monsterfactory.net).
Give the gift of warmth and shelter this winter to cats who live outdoors. Each snow-free sanctuary donation covers the cost of two shelters for homeless kitties ($35, Annex Cat Rescue, annexcatrescue.ca/purrrfect-gifts).