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CatLadyBox Subscription Box Review – July 2020

CatLadyBox is a monthly subscription box for cat ladies (or anyone who is crazy about cats)! The $34.99 per month CatLadyBox has 2-3 cat-themed items – wearables, items for the home, books, etc. The $39.99 per month Crazy CatLadyBox contains everything from the CatLadyBox plus a few items just for cats.

This is a review of the $39.99/month “Crazy” CatLadyBox.

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About CatLadyBox

The Subscription Box: CatLadyBox

The Cost: $39.99 per month + free US shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.

The Products: Unique and exclusive cat lady finds, from cat-themed jewelry and clothes to accessories, home décor, books, and more.

Ships to: The US (free in the contiguous 48 states), UK, Canada, and Alaska and Hawaii ($12.95)

CatLadyBox July 2020 Review

CatLadyBox is always full of fun, cat-themed lifestyle items. Let’s see what was in store for July:

I love how the information cards have custom artwork every month. And the back has more information about the items in the box. This month has a “Purr Paradise” theme.

 

Cat Eye Bamboo Sunglasses – Retail Value $26.99

These are awesome. Granted, I haven’t worn my contact lenses since March (except that one time I dyed my own hair because I would’ve ruined my glasses). But when it is safe to leave the house again, these are my new favorite sunglasses. They are lightweight and I have always loved this shape for frames, even though I was never quite courageous enough to get prescription lenses in this shape. But they are fun for sunglasses. I also like the case, which will protect them from scratches when I throw them in my purse.

 

Meow-libu Paw Tank – Retail Value $21.99

I am not much of a sleeveless kind of gal, but this is really soft and comfortable, and I think it will be an exercise shirt for me. It is getting quite warm in my basement exercise room (the door doesn’t seal so well, as evidenced by the centipede I found on my yoga mat this morning…) so having a somewhat loose, sleeveless shirt should be great for working out. (Note: I don’t know if this is loose on everyone. The smallest shirt size available is S and I should probably wear XS, so it may just be loose fitting because it’s a size up for me.)

 

Ameowzing Makeup Case – Listed Value $16.99

I am unlikely to travel anywhere that I would need a makeup case anytime soon, but I do like to store certain items in makeup cases so I can find them all at the same time. Right now I am in need of one for highlighters and this looks to be about the right size for my collection. (If they are all in the same place it is easy to find the one I am looking for, or compare two or three to see which one I want that day.) I wonder when I will be wearing makeup again, anyway? The bosses say they are not even revisiting the decision of when to go back to the office until after Labor Day, but I guess this is a great time to do some organizing — I have some extra time since I no longer have a commute for the time being. Another aside, but I like all the extra time I get to spend with my cats and puppy.

Rad Surfboard Cat Toy – Retail Value $4.99

This is lightweight (not overstuffed) and pretty soft. A little floppy. This is a good size for a Monkey kicker/wrestler toy (he’s my cat most likely to use such toys). All three thought this was worth a second and even a third sniff, so I guess the catnip is good?

Sally the Seashell Cat Toy – Retail Value $5.99

This one is handmade and is stuffed pretty full. It’s a bit on the smaller size and suitable for tossing around. Madison really wanted to rub his teeth on it. (My cats sometimes have odd ways of interacting with toys but they are 12, 13, and 14, so I am happy to get any interest at all, to be honest. Tooth-rubbing is especially common with Madison and, to a lesser extent, Monkey.)

Here are some cat photos for you:

 

Verdict: I calculated a value of about $76.95 for the July 2020 (Crazy) CatLadyBox. I did have to take one of the values from the information card, but that’s what the item will sell for once they are up in the CatLadyBox shop (the one not linked yet was not there as of the writing of this review). Although I certainly don’t have any beach (or other) vacations planned this year, I will use all the items at some point. I think the sunglasses are fun, and the shirt is very comfortable, and the makeup case happens to fill a need I have at the moment. Also my cats seem interested in the toys. And since I don’t subscribe to any other lifestyle boxes, I am not overrun with any of this month’s item types.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Officially your subscription would start with August’s box if you order before the cutoff on the 26th, but way back when I signed up, I was contacted to say there were a few of the current month’s box left over and asked if I’d like one of those. So it may be worth inquiring.

Value Breakdown: At a price of $39.99 for this box, you are paying approximately the following per item:

  • Sunglasses $14.03
  • Tank $11.43
  • Makeup case $8.83
  • Surfboard toy $2.59
  • Seashell toy $3.11

Check out our other CatLadyBox reviews and find lots of other great boxes for cats, along with the best subscription boxes for women.

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Written by Ragan Buckley

Ragan Buckley

Ragan stumbled across My Subscription Addiction in late 2013 and immediately subscribed to way too many beauty boxes. She’s now focused on boxes for her cats and dog, vegan/vegetarian food boxes, and craft subscriptions (and she didn’t give up beauty boxes entirely).

Posted in CatLadyBox Reviews, Pet Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Cats| Tags: catladybox | 4 comments

Comments (4)

  1. Even though I’ve pretty much stopped wearing makeup for now, I can always use extra makeup cases like that for organizing kits of things like craft supplies and small tools.

  2. My teen daughter started getting this box a few months ago and we love it! We are in cat rescue and also have four cats of our own. We are currently fostering eight kittens. We just received our first Barkbox this month. Should have gotten it a long time ago! Both awesome subscriptions. Thanks for another great review, Regan.

  3. I love your posts and your kitty’s! I’ve thought about getting this box for some time now. Its a perfect balance of treats for the mama and babies in one. But for $40/ $50 a month. I’ve been just filling up a Chewy order for various items for them. They have a toy box.. They don’t always play with all there toys but when that Chewy box comes they just get so excited. They get upset too when I put their toys up to clean and vacuum. I have 3 spoiled babies.

    I do think this is one of the better cat sub boxes. I love using these posts to pick out toys though. My cats love those Mad Cats toys also Yeowww! My fluff n stuff will just sit and lick an Yeowww! cat nip toy for a long time. I’m trying to collect more interactive toys for my black one he enjoys the noise makers and things that move easily.

    That being said if there is a second stimulus check I may pick up a year subscription to one of these kitty boxes 💖 then save the rest for a rainy day.

    • Agreed on everything. The Yeowww brand is the best. Especially the bananas! And an empty Chewy box is always a popular toy in my house.

      I think the FedEx people hate me because of Chewy. I have eight cats – that’s a lot of 40-lb bags of cat litter and 18-lb bags of dry food. Let’s not even talk about the Fancy Feast boxes. At least I’m keeping the economy going.

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