Late for the Sky: Cat-Opoly Review

Late for the Sky: Cat-Opoly Review + Giveaway

cat-opoly-and-maggeeIt is not a big secret that I love cats, but what may come as a surprise is that I also love board games.

A couple of years ago, on a rainy day, Jason and I ventured to our local toy store with the intention of purchasing a couple of board games. We wanted something nostalgic, something trivial and a property trading type game. After about an hour looking and comparing the various qualities we ended up with three games, of which we played all of them when we got home that day.

At the time I recall wishing that there was a way to fuse my love of cats and my love of games into one spectacular cat themed game. While my idea was on the mark, somebody beat me to the idea with Late for the Sky’s Cat-Opoly.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Late in the Sky Games. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way influences  the review to follow.

I was generously sent Late for the Sky’s Cat-Opoly for review.

cat-opoly-boardThe best way to explain what the  Late for the Sky’s Cat-Opoly game is to say that it is a property trading game with cats as the theme.

litter-boxes-and-fishesThe details are nothing short of cat filled and perfect for any fan of cats, from the cat boxes (the homes) and the fish bones (the hotels).

property-cardsEach property is replaced with a cat breed and the values include each step of financial increase and the back of each deed contains fun facts about cats that are featured on the board. Its the traditional property trading game with some cat-astrophic twists included. Almost every major cat breed is represented in the property cards.

ball-of-yarn-chance-cardsThe typical “Chance” and “Community Chest” are replaced with a ball of yarn and “Cat-astrophe” cards and are all cat themed and appropriate.

cat-opoly-moneyEven the money is themed towards cats with whiskers on each denomination.

cat-opoly-dice-and-figurinesEach token is cat themed and include a milk bottle, mouse, sardines, cat food, fish, ball of yarn. Also the Free Parking becomes Catnip, and Jail becomes Water in this feline filled version.

If you are a feline fan or know a fan of felines, this game is a MUST HAVE!!! This makes the typical property trading game fun for feline lovers and makes the time fly by – before you know it you will own the litter box!

I absolutely LOVED this game and recommend it to all cat fans!


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GIVEAWAY: Late in the Sky is giving one Cat-Opoly game to one (1) reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to  win 1 – Cat-Opoly Property Trading Game. This is a $18.99 value!  I will be randomly choosing 1 person on December 4th (12/4/2016) to receive this cat themed property trading game! Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by me by email and prize will be fulfilled by Late in the Sky Games. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a copy of Cat-Opoly – Property Trading Game




43 thoughts on “Late for the Sky: Cat-Opoly Review

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  2. Darcy Koch

    I have to say The Ladybug Game. This is the game I play with my grandson over and over. He never, ever gets bored with it. I could play it in my sleep, but still enjoy it.

  3. sallygg

    My favorite board game to play with the whole family would be Masterpiece & Clue. After the kids go to bed we bust out Trivia Pursuit with a lot of other editions of cards and you can pick which edition when it’s your turn. We also play a very competitive game of scrabble too lol.

  4. Heather D

    We love monopoly. My eldest learned to play and then went into hard-core mogul mode. She loves the game and absolutely loves cats.

  5. Lilith

    Love playing a space themed monopoly game, but I love cats- so this would be fantastic

  6. Carissa Joslyn

    My favorite board game was Monopoly, but no one would ever play with me. So i switched it to Life 🙂 But this would be my new favorite if i ever get my hands on it. My friends dubbed me the crazy cat lady. (I’m single, have 6 cats-and subscribe to the modern cat magazine)

  7. james m jenkins

    this board game is the cat’s meow! (like you don’t wish you’d thought of that).


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