Yeah it doesn't have the same ring to it when you put the dog in there.
A great customer of mine told me that she sent a cozy to her brother as a gift. Said brother assumed the cozy was a hat... for his cat.
Now before you think he must be a total mentalist, I should share that often when I am making cozies in public people assume I'm making baby hats. It never ceases to amaze me that everyone always guesses the same thing... and that I must have about 85 infants sat at home with freezing heads.
So it's not that much of a stretch to think it could be a cat hat if you receive one as a gift and don't have a baby.
But I digress. I decided to try them on my own pets to see how it might work.
First, my Westie named Chutney:
|Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn.|
|About to go full on Walking Dead and eat my face off.|
And finally my orange cat, Mama:
|"Of course I look good in this. I look good in everyfuckingthing.|
Note, I have another cat but amidst the photography of the previous three animals, she realized what a fashion tragedy was ensuing and strangled herself with an Hermes scarf. Not really. I don't even own a Hermes scarf. I'm not sure I'm even spelling Hermes correctly. She is just hiding somewhere I can't find. And even if I did find her she can evade capture better than Osama. Before he was caught obviously.
When all is said and done though I think we can agree- cozies aren't just for mugs. They're for pissed off pets too!