Here’s a versatile investment for any cat’s wardrobe: a red cabled V-neck vest. It gives any house cat a smart, clean look for the Holidays. It also hides his cat gut. I wonder where Phillip put his glasses. The collar is set higher into the back. This compensates for the position of his front legs.
The construction of this vest might seem odd to anyone other than a cat. It’s looks more like a backwards A-line shirt. The chest area is shorter than the back, off-setting the neck line
farther into the back. The V-neck helps define the front. The armholes
are set directly below the chest as opposed to left and right placement
to the body. Otherwise the ribbed facings are picked up and knit just as
With larger armholes the vest allows Phillip more freedom of movement.
He can easily go from destroying the couch to destroying the bed quilt
with such ease.
But how can one keep a cat vest fur-free? I have a feeling one has to accept the improbability.