Product DescriptionUnicorns are real and they are running around your house if you plop this inflatable unicorn horn on your kitty. After putting this... [Read more]
Top ReviewsThe Three New Overlords of House Takei
by George Takei (1 out of 5 stars)
August 16, 2013
Brad and I feed and care for three alley cats, who long ago adopted our home as their own. They prefer to remain outside, enjoying the protective nooks and crannies that a ranch-style LA house in temperate weather offers. Each was perfectly content to remain a simple felis silvestris catus, gutting the occasional bird to leave as a gift, yowling and tearing around for no apparent reason at midnight, and finding spare boxes to sit within whilst plotting cold revenges.
Their easy, idyllic life changed--and ours along with it--when Brad ordered ACCOUTREMONTS INFLATABLE UNICORN HORNS FOR CATS. Surprisingly, our cats didn't resist and seemed almost *delighted* when we strapped the horns on. Once anointed, they sat straight up, gazing pensively at one another, their eyes aglow with a preternatural light. They tipped their heads to the left and to the right before commencing an eerie combination of mewling and rapid jaw chattering ordinarily reserved for moths spotted in the yard.
Soon things began to happen. Inexplicable things. The neighbor's dog was found immobilized, trussed-up with some indeterminate golden binding, a warning sign scrawled above him, "Do not crosses the THREE." A heretofore undiscovered hotspring bubbled up from beneath our yard and now transverses our property. Our clothes began to emerge from the dryer already pressed and folded, and the vet's office mysteriously called to confirm we had intended to cancel their next appointments. But we had not.
The THREE materialize as if at once, a solemn triumvirate in a staggered row, so when the sun sets directly behind them, their long unicat horn shadows stretch forth and darken the yard. They will sit watch for hours, their majestic horns extending farther and father till all their domain is encompassed. The birds grow quiet. The squirrels sway in wonder.
And the expenses! The THREE demand much for their rule. They turn their heads in disdain at Meow Mix. Only skittles will do, individually unwrapped and separated by flavor. Harrods of London shipped three gold-plated water bowls, charged to "Mssrs George and Bwad Takei." And only yesterday we received a note, with perfect penmanship, requesting that "henceforth" all water served in said gold-plated bowls should be of an imported varietal, well-chilled, and garnished with a "just a spwig" of the freshest catnip.
We've tried to remove the horns, but in the ensuing chaos, replete with flashing lights and a Benny Hill soundtrack, Brad slipped on the wet grass from our new bubbling brook and threw out his back. We called Animal Services, but as soon as we mentioned unicorn horns, they replied there was "nothing they could do." One sympathetic officer did note that similar reports had come from other area households, and that there indeed had been a run on skittles at all local markets.
Bottom line: If you permit your cats to get horned up, expect to lose all mastery of your castle.
Make sure you order two!
by Aaron Christian (3 out of 5 stars)
August 17, 2013
My cat keeps turning his upside down and pretending he is a one-fanged saber tooth tiger. Now I have to order another one so he doesn't look like an idiot.
by KelliL (5 out of 5 stars)
January 6, 2016
Well, my cats are probably going to kill me in my sleep now.
It will help you endure your tinny tyrant
by Elizabeth (5 out of 5 stars)
September 8, 2015
Did your chihuahua pooped on your favorite shoes?
Does you cat enjoy slapping you around in the wee hours of the morning?
Does your pet look at you as the "help"?
Well, when you feel like giving up on your tiny tyrant, take out the unicorn horn from the box, inflate it, place it in their head, take a picture, and show him/her who is the real "boss." Afterwards, hide your shoes, and anything you care about because they tiny tyrant might exact revenge, but it would be WORTH IT.
Your cat will hate you forever. Do you care? If not, buy this.
by MissyBissy (3 out of 5 stars)
June 22, 2016
Cats love it? That almost sounds like a challenge, and we are always up for a challenge.
I have two cats. I don't like them very much but the girl child likes them. They have names but I just call them Gray and Orange. Orange has long orange hair that she likes to puke up at random times and Gray will spend her entire night bringing dirty socks to the bedroom door, and then wail at the top of her lungs until I open the door and tell her she's a good cat. Gray will wake me up each morning at 5 am by pacing on my chest and rubbing her cold wet nose against my hand until I wake up.
I purchased this for my son's cat - I guess that would be my grand-kitty - but I decided to try it out on the Gray cat first. I had to see if cats really love it. I inflated the horn and found the test subject. We had issues figuring out how to attach the horn. I wanted to use staples, but my daughter found a way to get it to stay. We put it on Gray and her reaction made my day. We even have video to share with our Amazon friends so you can see how much she loved it.
Honestly, this is an expensive piece of junk, but the cat's reaction of pure hatred earned it a solid 3 stars and made it almost worth the price. And I will watch the video when Gray cat is waking me up every now and then so I can relive the moment...
by N. Combs (5 out of 5 stars)
December 5, 2016
I wouldn't have believed it, but it's true... cats really DO love it!
turned my cat into a jerk
by Michael E. (1 out of 5 stars)
September 23, 2012
I thought it would be fun if my cat looked like a magical unicorn of medieval lore. Not so fun is that he has taken this unicorn mythology a bit too seriously around my girlfriend. Lately, whenever she approaches or tries to pet him, he darts off wildly in a rage. "Only a maiden pure may tame the unicorn!" he says. Jackass.
by Finnegan the Great (5 out of 5 stars)
January 30, 2015
Finn the cat LOVES his unicorn horn. Check out his photo with the rainbow mane and the Pusheen inlay.
The Ultimate Unicorn Encounter
by Majdia.Z (5 out of 5 stars)
October 29, 2016
My beauty conscious cat is glad to be crowned with this unicorn horn right in middle of her head. Aesthetically one horn demands for another as I can't help laughing but my cat seems to love and appreciate this single addition to her head. She feels blessed with extraordinary power to scare people around by stabbing her horn. She acts as a fierce little tiger, manifesting power and spreading laughter in our entire home. She makes me love her with her cute looking new horn drumming in my legs. I guess it says it right, "śCats LOVE it'.
This inflatable unicorn horn is HARD TO GO so you better think before you order one, it may not be hard to get it on your cat but it's definitely hard to get it off, NO CAT WANTS TO GIVE IT BACK. Inflatable Unicorn Horn is definitely a magical horn that possesses the power to get you and your cat crazy for all the good reasons, laughter and excitement. This is the best addition to my cat's accessories and she loves to keep this one on for long time.
Good Idea but Poor Execution
by James Morsut (2 out of 5 stars)
June 10, 2018
There were no instructions included with the product, but having inflated many a beach ball and pool rafts it didn't slow me down in the inflation of the Unicorn Horn. The majority of inflatable objects come with a one-way valve to keep air from escaping as you cap the valve to keep the air, this does not so I found it impossible to inflate the horn to capacity. I have a cat that is less than a year old and when I put the straps attached to the horn meant to secure the horn on the head, the horn just fell off the instant put it on the cat. Again, since no instructions were included with the product, I didn't know if the horn's bands were meant to adjustable. Since I am an adult, I saw that if I untied one of the knotted elastic bands, I would be able to change the band's tension and make it smaller so as to fit my cat's ears better. I did so if only so I could see my cat "Sir Katts Alot" with the horn on. I adjusted it a couple of times until it finally looked like the right fit. The elastic bands would slide up one of the ears or both (as I tried several times to get a decent picture with the horn on) and the cat would just shake his head within seconds and run off leaving the horn in his rearview mirror. Final thoughts, fine idea but the product needs obvious revision if its to deliver amusement to the cat owner and not cause distress to the cat.
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