This tiny box packs a meow-tastic punch! Each item in the November box was themed around food and they did a lovely job in this mix of products.
The packaging was cute as well as the hand drawn card. Details like these make me smile. Inside the box we found:
Sugar Substitute Cat Toy
The most loved product from the box is the sugar substitute cat toy from PolydactylCats. It was not even out of the box and Mady and Mortis were fighting over it. Mortis has claimed it as his own for the day.
Mady and I are a fan of the Amber Morgan Design donut kitty stickers. Mady had a hard time choosing her favorite!
Ice Cream Patch & Macaron Pin
Punky Pins‘ ice cream cone kitty patch is not only for summer, it can be worn all year long for purrfect vibes! The pastel macaron cat pin by Natelle Draws Stuff is super sweet and ready to pin on my jacket.
We really enjoyed this box. I liked the quality of the items as well as the fact there was a toy for the cats. The online shop is also full of cute cat stuff as a way to pick your own subscription box.
I hope to make a stop at the KitTea Cat Cafe in San Francisco this year. A day playing with cats is a happy day!
Pricing & Information
The KitTea Kit costs $30 per month for $35 worth of cat-themed items from artists and small businesses. Shipping costs depend on where you live – within the USA it’s just $3, to the UK is $25.
(Box was provided for review by KitTea but all words and photos are my own.)
Kendy (AKA MissMuffcake) lives in California with her boyfriend Matt and two kitties (Mady & Mortis). In her spare time she likes eating/creating vegan food, petting kittens, collecting cute toys, wandering cemeteries, making zines and doing yoga.