If your pet isn’t joining you to watch Game of Thrones, what are you playing at?
There’s no reason your pooch should miss out on the Battle at Winterfell. Just cover their eyes at the naughty bits.
But while your cat or dog is cheering on Arya, it’s vital that they’re properly attired.
Thankfully someone’s selling an option that’ll save you from crafting a mini iron throne out of foil or trying to balance a crown on your pet’s head.
Over on Etsy GoT fans can pick up a cape inspired by the show and designed to fit dogs and cats of all sizes.
LeMagicalMenagerie is selling cloaks in Night’s Watch black, grey, and even a Daenerys inspired white.
Fasten them around your pets with either the buckle or velcro fastening and they’ll look perfect for your late-night screening.
It’s the ideal way to make sure your critters aren’t left out of the fun of cosplay. As photos show, a dog or cat wearing a cloak looks rather elegant.
The product description reads: ‘Make sure to prepare your pet because…WINTER IS COMING!
‘Your dog or cat will look AWESOME sitting next to you watching Game of Thrones in their brand new furs from The North’s Night’s Watch.
INTERESTING FACT ABOUT YOUR PET: According to the American Pet Products Association (APPA), pet owners in the United States spent $60.28 billion on their furry friends in 2015. That number is expected to rise by more than $2 billion in 2016.
‘Whether you have a small cat or terrier, or a large German Shepherd, we have the robe for you!’
The reviews are overwhelmingly positive.
One happy customer wrote: ‘Yes, I ordered this because my 3.5 pound chihuahua is now a member of the Night’s Watch and that is hilarious. She’s afraid of leaves.
‘But also, as Lola grows older, she gets cranky about things going over her head and this cloak has velcro and will keep her warm when we got out in winter. I will be ordering something else soon. Thanks!!!!’
LeMagicalMenagerie also sells Jedi robes and Hogwarts outfits for pets, so once the season is over your fur baby will still feel like part of your binge-watching sessions.