Even though most of us keep track of appointments and special events electronically these days, a paper calendar still hangs somewhere in the house. Some families use them as a central organizer everyone can quickly check, while others simply like the subject matter on display each month. Cats are the focus of these calendars for 2014. Give one to a fellow cat lover (or yourself!) this holiday season.
Yes, these kitties had a little digital help getting into position for this calendar.
Artist Kaori Mitsushima captures cats taking part in human pursuits. Her illustrations are lovely and graceful.
Poetry and photos from the New York Times best-seller I Could Pee on This come out in calendar form. The ode to OCD, “I Lick,” and the queenly “Kneel Before Me” are just two of the poems written by the kitties.
Get 12 of artist and cat lover Cathy Peng’s adorable illustrations of cats, with an owl making a special appearance in November.
Celebrate grumpiness in 2014 with the famous cat’s first calendar.
Cats star in works by Th├®ophile-Alexandre Steinlen, Edward Penfield, Utagawa Hiroshige, and Walker Evans in this museum-quality calendar.
The 2013 calendar of fashionable kitties from United Bamboo quickly sold out, so order yours for 2014 ASAP.
Super-awesome cat photographer Kate Funk dresses her sidekick, AC, as magical creatures for 2014. Last year, it was sea creatures.
Get a different LOLcat for every day of the coming year.
Proceeds from this campy calendar go toward Rainbow Ranch Animal Rescue’s Feral on the Farm program, which helps feral cats find forever homes at stables, dairies, and farms in Missouri and beyond.
Like anything you see, readers? Please share your favorites in the comments — as well as any other remarkable cat calendars you’ve discovered while shopping this holiday season!
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