Kitten costumes are an essential part of Indian culture.
But, you might be surprised to learn that many sellers don’t carry them at all.
So what’s the deal?
Read on to find out.
Kittens are traditionally seen as a symbol of loyalty and devotion.
They are often used in religious rituals to signify a special person, a person of special status.
For example, one of the best known Hindu mantras, the Hindu Yatra, was dedicated to the Kitten.
For many years, the cat had been the symbol of royalty in the Indian culture, with its feline tail often being tied around the neck.
But after a few decades, kitties began to be banned from the homes of many rich and powerful people, who felt that kittys’ tails could be used for entertainment purposes.
A number of people in India decided that kittens were no longer acceptable, and in the 1950s and 1960s, kitty-lovers started to be seen as “sorority symbols”.
But it wasn’t until the late 1980s, that cats started to make a comeback.
As cats have a longer life span than dogs, their popularity in India has soared.
It is estimated that around 1 million cats roam the streets of India every day.
But because of the social stigma surrounding cats, many people don’t want to adopt them, preferring dogs.
And that is when the kitty craze began.
Kittens were often bought by affluent middle class women, who hoped to adopt a kitty for a special occasion, and would give the kittyn a special look and coat.
This was done as an “agricultural gift”.
Kittens have long been seen as the most important symbol of Hinduism.
The most popular kitty on eBay is a purebred Bengal tiger, which has a lifespan of around 20 years.
This cat is currently on sale for about Rs 1,300, which is well above the cost of a new kitty.
Many Indian kitty sellers are offering high-quality kittylocks, which are a popular item in the cat world.
There are also other animals that can be bought as pets, such as cats and dogs.
In the cat-loving world, kittens are also known as “cat toys”, as they have been traditionally used as toys for children.
In India, kitten toys are considered as a “cultural heritage” and as such, they are highly prized.