This week, we’ll cover 13 Thanksgiving Costume ideas in our Thursday 13. With the holidays fast approaching, you cats need to cut down on the naps and focus and how you can be the star of your family’s Thanksgiving celebration.
The cat above, the interwebs sensation, Daisy the Curly Cat, is showing off her pilgrim attire. Her strict attention to detail has paid off in a stunning Mayflower ensemble. She even has a lifelike turkey prop which, unfortunately, is inedible.
The top three feline Thanksgiving costume options include the Pilgrim, the Indian, and the Turkey.
has gone for traditional Pilgrim attire above, but ate so much turkey she can’t get up. Make sure your costumes have enough room to accommodate a big meal.
Mao and Skeezix were pilgrims one year. As you can see, Skeezix rocks that pilgrim look.
Here’s Daisy again, but this time in a more casual Pilgrim look, with a sporty tee-shirt and hat. If you plan to romp around in the Autumn leaves before dinner, this is a good choice.
Scooter the Pilgrim Cat (above)
shows off an authentic Puritan look, which is also worn by the Pilgrim cats below:
For every Pilgrim costume, there’s usually an Indian costume. Ko
nails the native American look:
As does this Indian Maiden cat:
Taz has been practicing his gobble-gobble for a stint as a turkey:
While this cat seems to be using the disguise to lure unwitting turkeys into his clutches:
If you’re just not into the whole costume scene, it’s purrfectly acceptable to arrive for dinner wearing an elegant sweater with a seasonal applique:
Whatever you do, don’t let someone trick you into wearing a chicken outfit instead of a turkey outfit! You’ll look like a real turkey if you’re dressed as a chicken on Thanksgiving!