Stray is getting a line of lovely equipment on your IRL cat
I’m an avowed cat-disliker, a licensed hater, and but I would like the Stray cat backpack. Within the mom of all online game branded products crossovers, Annapurrrrna (sorry, I needed to) Interactive has introduced it’s launching a limited-edition cat backpack and harness and leash set in collaboration with Shuttle Cat — an organization that makes all forms of tom cat transportation units that your cat more than likely thinks are torture units.
The cat-pack holds “as much as 25 lbs of cat,” which is a delightful-sounding metric, and has a bit of bubble window so your cat can peer out into the vast international. In case your tom cat pal prefers to do their exploring up shut and private, Shuttle Cat may be launching a Stray leash and harness set. The harness is a reproduction of the only worn through the anonymous cat who prowls the ruined, robot-filled streets of Stray, although it’s stressed out that the backpack does now not additionally include robotic sidekick B12. You’ll be able to preorder the backpack for $139.99 and the harness for $39.99.
Like I stated, cats and I are content material to be begrudging allies at highest and frenemies at worst, however I’d like to have the Stray cat backpack. If for not anything else, I’d revel in observing my spouse’s cat fight and fail to remember that the backpack is in fact intended for his enrichment and now not a portal to vacuum-infested Cat Hell.
Stray launches on PlayStation on July nineteenth.