Cat Lady Box is a monthly subscription box for cat ladies (or anyone who is crazy about cats)! The $34.99 per month Cat Lady Box has 2-3 cat-themed items – wearables, items for the home, books, etc., while the $39.99 per month Crazy Cat Lady Box contains everything from the Cat Lady Box plus a few items just for cats.
This is a review of the Crazy Cat Lady Box.
This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out our editorial guidelines to learn more about how we review boxes.)
As soon as the box arrives, you know your cat-loving heart is in for a good time. Everything arrives in a brown cardboard box with a black cat silhouette on it. Once you open it up, you can expect to find anything from cat-themed jewelry, clothes, home decor, and more. If you subscribe to the Crazy Cat Lady box, you'll also get a few treats for your furbaby, too.
This box does come with an info sheet, and each month they feature custom artwork. This month's artist was Natalia Illarionova.
The Breakdown – What’s Inside The June Crazy Cat Lady Box
First, let's meet the cat that will be helping me to review this box. If you've been reading my MSA reviews for a while, you may remember my old cat, Duchess. Duchess is no longer here with me, and after a few months, I felt ready to get another cat companion. Meet Sir Goose! I adopted him when he was one month and twenty-two days old, and he was 2.2 pounds. Now he is a year old and he loves toys—I have yet to find a toy he won't play with.
I can't believe how big Goose has gotten—he turned one on April 5th! He loves to hang out with my packages as I am in the process of unboxing and photographing them.
Island Cats Tank Top - Listed Value $19.99
This is the first time I have received a tank top in this subscription, and I love the beach vibes of this black and light blue island cats tank. The material is very soft and definitely makes me want to go on a summer vacation, and it was comfortable to wear. The fit was a little different compared to how the teeshirts that are frequently sent in this box fit—compared to the tees, this tank wasn't as long and it did hug my midriff a tad bit more.
Silicone Paw Ice Cube Tray - Listed Value $12.99
I love big ice cubes, so I was really excited about this paw print ice cube tray that will make me four big cubes of ice shaped just like Goose's paw. This tray was easy to use- I just added enough water to fill each mold, snapped on the lid, and placed it in my freezer.
Here is one adorable paw cooling down a hot cup of tea.
Neon Meow Sign - Listed Value $19.99
I have never owned a neon sign before, so I love that this box sent one- it's such a unique, fun inclusion! I have owned double-A batteries before, but those are one of those items I can never seem to keep handy nor remember to grab when I am grocery shopping (and are a pertinent component of making this sign glow). Is it weird that I think this sign would be really cute hanging by a bar cart?
Ice Cream Cone Catnip Toy - Listed Value $6.99
Goose really liked the toys sent in this month's box... so much so that he actually grabbed both and took them to his lair under my bed while I went to the bathroom before I was able to get photos of him playing with them (cats, am I right?). I don't expect to see this fun ice cream cone catnip-filled toy again until I am moving out of my apartment and professional movers are taking apart my bed frame, but I can tell you from 9 months of reviewing this subscription that these toys hold up to some pretty aggressive play!
Here is a photo of Goose peeping out of his favorite pop-up camper that he has been spending about 60% of his waking hours in lately.
Timmy the Turtle Catnip Toy - Listed Value $4.99
Last month we had Baabara the sheep, so I love that this month we received a new friend named Timmy the Turtle. Timmy is also hiding under my bed, keeping Goose happy when he can't be bothered to be in the presence of humans.
I was pretty annoyed with Goose not being a good feline subscription box reviewer, but then he did a big stretch that exposed his fluffy belly and I remembered that this is Goose's world and I just live in it.
Value – Was This Box Worth It?
The Cost: $39.99 per month + free US shipping.
- Tank: $19.99
- Ice Cube Tray: $12.99
- Neon Sign: $19.99
- Ice Cream Toy: $6.99
- Turtle Toy: $4.99
Everything in this box is unique to the subscription, so I have to go by listed values. The listed values add up to $64.95.
This is such a charming subscription box. I love that I get to share it with Goose, and I really love that the box features a good mix of practical items with a touch of whimsy. Even though I always feel a little self conscious when I wear tank tops I am still really excited about the tank set this month because it is so comfortable and cute. Plus, that ice cube mold is both practical and fun- exactly what I can rely on this subscription box to deliver monthly. Goose loves the toys, too, along with the tissue paper, any potential bubble wrap that may be included, and the box itself. While you should take the listed values with a grain of salt, I absolutely feel like there was more than $39.99 of value in this box. If you have cats and/or like cat-themed things, I recommend checking this subscription box out. If you're looking for fun cat-themed items you can enjoy around your home and share with your feline friend, you're going to see a lot more value in this box than someone who is going strictly off of listed values (or who desires brand name products in a box).
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Other Things You Should Know
Where does the Cat Lady Box ship to? The US (free to the lower 48, an additional fee for Alaska or Hawaii), the UK, and Canada.
Do I have to have a cat to enjoy this subscription? Nope! If you love cats but don't have one of your own, that doesn't mean you have to miss out on the fun- you can subscribe to the Cat Lady Box, which will come with the same products as the Crazy Cat Lady Box sans the cat toys.
Can I still get this box if I sign up today? No, sign up before the end of July to receive the August box.
What do you think of the June Cat Lady Box? Which product was your favorite?