If you’re a cat lover with a penchant for home decor, you know the struggle to find stylish products for your feline friends is real. Thankfully, Cat Person and fashion designer Jason Wu have collaborated on a chic cat care collection that’s rather delightful. A cat owner himself (shoutout to Jinxy and Peaches!), Jason’s creative background and Cat Person’s products were designed to meet the needs of everyone in the house. Currently, the Cat Person x Jason Wu collection includes an enclosed litter box, a bowl, a scoop, a catnip toy, and a hoodie.
Cat Person’s fan-favorite, the Mesa Bowl, is now available in Nocturnal. The semi-gloss bowl, stand, and tray is ergonomically designed for comfort and easy eating. If your cat isn’t into the height of the stand or too young, it’s detachable – the bowl itself is tip-resistant with or without. The shallow bowl design, spill-catching tray, and stand can be cleaned easily by hand or in the top rack of your dishwasher.
Litter boxes are generally an eyesore, but that all changes with the Skylight Litter Box. Designed to meet your cat’s needs as well as your discerning eye, the enclosed box features a ventilated pinewood top and corner accessibility. Both give your cat some light and airflow – not to mention privacy – while taking care of business. The high sides also help eliminate scattered litter and keep the odor concealed as much as possible. Built-in handles make for easy maneuvering and a place to hang your scooper.
The durable Hideaway Scoop comes with a matching holder that keeps it at the ready yet hidden. An aluminum alloy scoop and ergonomic pinewood handle sift both large and small clumps for an extra clean litter box.
The Jason Catnip Pounce Toy, of course named after Wu, will get your feline friend’s hunting instincts surging in no time. Its hilarious dog design is a nod to one of nature’s greatest rivalries, as well as Jason himself being born in the Year of the Dog.
If you want to join in on the cat fun, you can grab a Signature Hoodie featuring a cat illustration designed by Jason himself.
To learn more about Cat Person x Jason Wu, visit catperson.com.
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