Post # 1
Would you, as a guest, be completely grossed out by a kitty litter cake?
For the uninitiated, a kitty litter cake is equal parts yellow and spice cake, crumbled up and served in a (new, unsullied!) plastic kitty litter pan. For extra ick, you can microwave Tootsie Rolls until slightly softened, and bury them in the cake.
I have a high tolerance for all things distasteful and vulgar, so this doesn’t bother me a bit.
When I moved in with Fiance, I brought my two cats. He’s never had cats before, and his friends have given him a good-natured hard time about how he’s now a cat person. So that’s the background.
Post # 3
I would do this for some other function, maybe not a wedding. I wouldn’t want to eat it myself.
Post # 4
I honestly would find this pretty distasteful at a wedding.
At a goofy birthday party, it’s probably ok, but at a wedding I’d just be totally grossed out.
Post # 5
Couldn’t you just do a kitty paw or something? I think it would be funny for a birthday party or something, but I’m not sure about a wedding…
Post # 6
Yeah. I’m thinking you all are right, and maybe at the welcome party the night before (Which is just a get-together in our back yard) it would be more appropriate. Or I’ll spring it on him at his next birthday party.
Post # 7
@annifer: I was going to suggest a rehearsal dinner or something. I personally think it’s hysterical, but my mom would freak out lol
Post # 9
It’s funny but for some reason even in a clean kitty litter pan I would probably pass because it poses somewhat of a mental block for me.
Post # 10
Some people are reeeaaaallly into their cats, huh…
Yes, best to save this for another occasion.
Post # 11
Eh, some people just reeealllly like to tease their Fiance.
Post # 12
Rehersal dinner! Soo funny!
Post # 13
I think the level of grossed-out depends on whether or not you have had cats and the real kitty litter that comes with them. As a previous kitten owner, I’d be completely disgusted.
Post # 14
Forget about as a guest, will your Fiance be mortified you chose to do this for his groom’s cake at his wedding? Mine would be furious.
Post # 15
The cake should reflect him. I love my dog and as much as my husband didn’t want a yorkie he loves him now, but I wouldn’t give him a yorkie cake. Plus the gross factor alone should stop you.
Post # 16
My Friend actually made a cake somewhat like this, but the cat was the cake. Thought that I would share. As for being wedding appropriate, it is your wedding, but I think that it may be better suited for the rehearsal.