Japanese pet supplement provider B&H Lifes recently launched Nyan Nyan Nouveau (aka "meow Nouveau"), a bottled wine made specifically for cats — and apparently a pun on a beaujolais nouveau. And while the drink doesn't contain any actually alcohol, it does use cabernet grapes and catnip. And it's apparently great for those special times — cat birthdays, after work — when you just really want to unwind with your favorite feline. There's apparently only 1000 or so bottles of the cat wine in production. (More here if you read Japanese.)
And, Sanrio's Hello Kitty has finally made absolutely logical transition from keychains and tiny backpacks to booze. An Asian company has licensed and released fruit-flavored Hello Kitty brand beer. It's cute, it's alcoholic (only 2.5 percent) and comes in a variety of kitty-tastic flavors: banana, lemon-lime, passion fruit and peach. Brewed by the Long Chuan Beer Company in Taiwan, it's not available in the States, so start planning your mommy-kitty intercontinental trek now.