Talk To A Vet Tech: 1-888-820-7739
Caticorn cereal and milk

What is a Caticorn?

But just what is a Caticorn, and how can you bring this fantasy cat to reality in your own life? That’s what we’re here to find out. Using our cat investigation skills, we’ve learned everything there is to know about Caticorns, from how to recognize one in the wild, to how to create one using a little bit of Amazon and, of course, plenty of magic.

Caticorn latte in a cup

Source: flickr ancient history

So what exactly is a Caticorn? According to the fantasy pet experts at Urban Dictionary, this unique creature has a cat body with a unicorn horn and tail. And according to the internet, Caticorns also frequently exhibit rainbow-colored fur.

Beautiful Caticorn illustration

Where to find Caticorns

But just what is a Caticorn, and how can you bring this fantasy cat to reality in your own life? That’s what we’re here to find out. Using our cat investigation skills, we’ve learned everything there is to know about Caticorns, from how to recognize one in the wild, to how to create one using a little bit of Amazon and, of course, plenty of magic.

Grumpy Caticorn getting a unicorn horn

Source: flickr The_April

Paws a moment.

Peace of mind starts here.

How to Get a Caticorn

Want a Caticorn of your own? Like Pokemon, any cat can become a Caticorn with a little help from its beloved owner. You can buy this inflatable cat unicorn horn on Amazon for under $10. Simply inflate the horn, place it on your kitty’s head and BAM! You are now the proud owner of a Caticorn. If your Caticorn doesn’t start riding rainbows immediately, don’t worry, you can always speed up the process with a little glitter.

Taking Care of a Caticorn

To properly care for your Caticorn, remember to make sure they have a scratching post for claws and paws and a rubbing post for their brand new horn! You’ll also want to stock up on cake to keep your fantasy cat from running off to join a herd. Make sure you brush his or her fur every day and take note of the incoming hues of pink and purple as they turn rainbow-colored.

Remember, though, not every cat wants to be a Caticorn. If your cat stares at you like this:

You may want to remove the horn quickly before the change is complete.

Do you have a Caticorn in your life? Share a photo with us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter to spread the magic around!

Paws a moment.

Peace of mind starts here.

About the author

Alice is the proud mama to her beautiful 3-year-old Labrador Retriever, Bella. Bella loves to cuddle up with Alice when she's reading a book on a cold Chicago night. No matter what the occasion is, Bella is always ready to pounce at the closest squirrel or rabbit when Alice runs with her along Lake Michigan in the summertime. When Bella's not tracking down random animals, she's taking a cozy nap or destroying toys left and right.

Share This