Pets are like your kiddos. They help with stress and they're there any time you need them. For all you kitten parents who are also science fiction fans, these are the best sci-fi cat items to spoil your fluffy friend. After all, they deserve it.



Now, I know cats are usually fans of any cardboard box that comes their way. But, sometimes a squeaky mouse or a comfy tee to snuggle in is better than the package they come in.

Crowded Coop Wobble Mouse With Red Star Trek Logo Shirt

This stuffed animal will be their new favorite. The mouse is squishy and has a bell inside they'll love to play with. It is also weighted, so it will stand upright on its own.

Cats don't really play fetch, but they might learn with this toy.

$9.95

The Coop Star Trek Red Pet Uniform

If your kitty has the personality of a captain, and let's be honest, all cats do. This is the perfect shirt for them. It's cute and comfy.

Plus they might not be able to join you for comic-com, but they can still cosplay.

$17.29

Star Trek Science Blue Uniform Cat Feeding Water Bowl

A good water bowl is the first thing you should get after adopting your cat. So, either you're a new parent and should definitely get this bowl, or you've lived with your cat for years now, and they need a new one. Either way, this blue uniform one is perfect.

$14.95

Star Trek Tribble, Tiger Camouflage

Tribbles are the perfect toy for cats. They're all fuzzy and look like a mouse or something they should chase. This one has a tiger pattern so it'll be fun to chase around.

$29.99

Star Trek Collar With Tag

Cats tend to walk around the building or neighborhood tricking others into giving them food. In no time some even get a second family. They will break your heart. So, this collar will make sure no one thinks they're adopting your already adopted kitten.

$12.88

Live Long and Pawsper Bandana

Have you ever seen a kitten with a bandana? It's the most adorable thing. Imagine that little cutie all dressed up running around the house with a blue Vulcan bandana.

Plus, who doesn't love a pun?

$9.99

Rubie's Star Wars Classic Yoda Cat Headpiece

What better costume for your favorite cat than wise Yoda. We all know cats would give us wise advice we wouldn't follow. I know they cant, but it's still funny to see a cat with Yoda ears.

$8.25

Pawtitas Glow in The Dark Cat Collar

Glow in the dark collars can help you find your buddy in a dark closet, or in outer space. Personally I prefer the latter, but I think it's worth the buy either way.

$10.99

Star Wars Classic Pet Bandana Set

We talked about how cute the bandana kitten is, but a "Star Wars" themed kitty bandana? Literally the cutest thing ever. This set has something for Yoda fans, Chewi fans, and everyone in between.

$15.78

Star Wars Plush Storm Trooper Figure

If you were particularly happy when the Empire fell, you will love seeing your kitten bite and toss around a Storm Trooper. If you're a fan of Storm Troopers you'll appreciate how cute this toy is. Either way, it's a win-win situation.

$9.99

Star Wars Gray Leia Dog Tank

Cat in a tank top? Adorable. Cat in a Princess Leia tank top? Adorable and powerful. Bonus points if your kitten is named after a character from the Star Wars universe.

$12.99
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