The United Bamboo Cat Calendar Has Cats In Clothes, Asks For Your Love

Every year, there comes the one fashion event we, as an office, fight over who gets to cover its glorious appearance. We anticipate it breathlessly, keeping our ears to the ground for any rumblings or whispers. And when it comes, we stop everything to pay attention to its phenomenal execution and intellectually challenging concepts. No, we aren't referring to Fashion's Night Out or the Oscars, but something more sacred: the United Bamboo Cat Calendar.
Thankfully, United Bamboo knows the intensity of our love for said calendar and has just released a behind-the-scenes video of the cat models at work. This year, we've got purr-fect parkas, pretty kitty plaids, and meow-dels turning it out in chic trench-dresses. The video is chock-full of great cat insight, including cat facts, cat outtakes, cat costumes, and cat quotes ("Cats. Fashion. Synergy.").
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Look, the United Bamboo Cat Club is pretty straightforward. You help it Kickstart the calendar costs; you get great cat swag. As the video explains, $25 nets you a magnet and a poster, $40 gets you what you want (the calendar, of course!) and $60 means you get a magnet, a poster, and a calendar. And for $1,200, you get a lightbox of your favorite kitted-out kitty.
Because you love cats, fashion, and telling the days apart, we urge you to act fast and PLEDGE. Because, though money can't buy you happiness, thanks to this calendar, it can come pretty darn close.
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