Come for the Squirrel Underpants. Stay for the Cat Masks.

I don’t visit the Archie McPhee website as often as I should, but it’s where I bought Skeezix’s tighty whiteys (aka squirrel underpants) so you know it’s a classy place.

It’s been a while since I was over there, but I got an email from them regarding a new product, the cat head squirrel feeder.

It not only feeds your squirrels, but befuddles (and even spooks!) your cats. The feeder is inside the head, requiring the squirrel to come up from beneath the feeder to eat. I don’t think you can put a price on this kind of fun, but Archie McPhee does: it’s $15.50.

Now you can’t help but notice that this squirrel ain’t wearin’ any underpants! There’s an app for that. Well, not really an app, it’s just squirrel dress-up toy with a wardrobe to rival Skeezix and Daisy’s:

He comes with 39 reusable vinyl cling pieces of clothing and accessories. Includes tighty-whities! Even comes with his own chainsaw.


But they didn’t leave CCLs out! There’s a dress-up toy for them, too. And it’s on sale for $7.95:

No word on whether the scratch-n-sniff cat pee odor accessory comes with it.


But of course, you can’t leave Archie McPhee’s without checking out their recommendations.

You have your choice of a Siamese cat mask or a black cat mask. Both are human-sized, and for less than $25, how could you pass it up? It’s in my shopping cart (I really want to see how our cats would react to it), but first I have to think of a good story to explain to hubby why we can’t buy kale this month because I bought a cat head instead.



If you’re an oenophile, you might have to stop what you’re doing right now and buy their black cat wine stopper.Keeps your wine feline fresh!  (Their words, not mine.) About $13.


For a mere $3.50, you can score a monk cat air freshener!


If your cat ever binge-watched Little House on the Prairie! She can be a modern-day Laura Ingalls Wilder with thisstylish prairie bonnet! It’s about $7.


If getting the prairie bonnet on Fluffy didn’t go as smoothly as you planned, stock up on Crazy CatLady bandages! ($5.95)


And there’s lots more cat stuff where that came from…but save a little money to spend on pickle candy canes and an impressive selection of tighty whitey products!

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Mousebreath Magazine is an award-winning online magazine that celebrates cats and the cat-centric lifestyle. Editor Karen Nichols is a popular conference speaker and writer, whose current project is The Cat Scout Handbook. She is also the denmaster at CatScouts.com.

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