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DIY Video: How to Gift Wrap a Cat for the Holidays

A cat is a good holiday present only if everyone involved knows about it, but if that's the case, you'll need to know how to properly wrap the cat.

 |  Dec 3rd 2013  |   0 Contributions


Guess what? It's December! Which means we can officially start playing holiday music and drinking egg nog and eating candy canes all day everyday. I'm stoked!

So let's roll out the holidays with a Very Important Video. Look, we're not saying you should get someone a cat for the holidays … unless it's a well thought out decision that's been discussed beforehand with everyone involved and the cat is not being purchased from some shady pet shop or Craigslist breeder. However, if that's the case, you will need to wrap the cat. Properly.

"Quiet, human, I am strategizing how to knock your precious tree over." Photo by Catster member Miss Switzerland

Some people can't wrap for dog poop. Janine Kahn may be our fearless leader and award-winning Editor-in-Chief around here, but she has one fatal weakness: She can't wrap! She puts things in bags with tissue paper and calls it a day! What!

On the other hand, I have exquisite wrapping skillz -- with a z! Check out this wrapping job I did here for Community Manager Lori Malm's birthday present. The box was actually empty but gosh it looked nice.

I gave her the gift of tearing off wrapping paper because Lori is actually a cat.

I didn't just get my wrapping skillz in a vacuum, folks, oh no, I've practiced. And watched plenty of YouTube videos.

So, without further needless rambling from me, here is a video about how to wrap a cat. We are not responsible for any eyeballs you may lose or vomit you may find in your slippers if you attempt this at home.

The easier method is, of course, to put the cat in a box.

However, do make sure the box is the right size for the cat. Photo by Catster member Timmy Tomcat DB #122a

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