pet cosplay

We’ve featured armor for pets numerous times in the past, but discerning warrior floofers shop at Samurai Age.

Seriously though, this Japanese company makes some kick-ass looking armor for pets (and humans). They even offer designs modeled after armor worn by legendary Japanese samurais. For example, the Shibu Inu pictured below is modeling armor inspired by Sanada Yukimura. Needless to say, we applaud any pet owner that takes historical accuracy into account when suiting up Mr. Nibbles for battle. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]

Vox is a dog that knows a thing or two about cosplay. Especially Overwatch cosplay. Check out more cosplays below—Vox has done them all. [click to continue…]

Jareth The Cat

A fine feline likeness, but I have to say that David Bow-Wow wears it better.

(via Cat Cosplay On Instagram)

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Shamefully, I have not seen Syfy’s The Expanse despite the fact that I’ve read and loved all the books upon which the show is based. Apparently, we all need to get caught up on this show before Season 2 debuts on February 1st 2017. The entirety of Season 1 is on Netflix right now so there’s no excuse to miss it.

For those of you who are already familiar with the books/show, you can also enjoy a recap of Season 1 starring a bunch of cats. So go watch Season 1 then you can watch the cats. It will be your reward for supporting a show that everyone seems to love. [click to continue…]

Stressed? Cats in Squirtle costumes. Depressed? Cats in Squirtle costumes. Sleepy? Cats in Squirtle costumes. Ecstatic? Cats in Squirtle costumes.

It’s the only video you need for any situation. Watch it below. [click to continue…]

Banner is a service dog with a secret identity. Well, many secret identities—and she’s a real life hero. She uses cosplay to help educate young children about service dogs and their handlers as part of an anti-bullying campaign. And now she has her own book!

Her human sidekick told us that the book also addresses “invisible disabilities”, which helps kids to understand that not all disabilities involve a person’s physical appearance.

You can check out the book here, and keep up with Banner’s cosplay on her Facebook page. You can can also check out some of her best looks below. [click to continue…]


Soon he must face DorMEOWmu.

See Also: Doctor Stranger Things

(via Cat Cosplay)


Meet Polly. She’s a baby goat that suffers from blindness, neurological problems and anxiety who recently found her way to the Goats of Anarchy rescue group. On a whim, caretaker Leanne Lauricella bought Polly a child’s duck costume—and when she put it on something amazing happened. [click to continue…]


This pup has cosplay potential! Keep at it little pup, and you might rise to the level of Dog Jareth.

(Ughleni via Tor)


Nekoya is a cat cafe in Japan, and (as if the cats weren’t already freaking adorable) the cats cosplay from time to time. For the record, Yoda cat is my favorite.

There are two Nekoya locations in Japan: one in Kawagoe and one in Saitama. You can hang out, read some manga, and chill with some kitties. There are some rules though: you can’t hold the cats, and only the cafe’s staff can dress the cats up. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]