The Puking Kitty Gravy Boat might appear to be drenching coughed-up hairballs but it's actually designed to add sauce to your meatballs.       

Puking Kitty Gravy Boat Is One Sick Kitchen Utensil

Attention dieters, easing up on rich sauces just got easier... or should we say, queasier! Simply load up your Puking Kitty Gravy Boat, commence pouring, and let your natural gag reflex do the rest.

The Puking Kitty Gravy Boat is the latest must-have (or must-avoid, depending on individual sensibilities) kitchen gadget guaranteed to please cat-lovers and cat-haters alike. Annoying in-laws popping in for lunch? Launch this boat and they'll never darken your dining room again!      

Puking Kitty Gravy Boat Is One Sick Kitchen Utensil

You might think the Puking Kitty Gravy Boat is sorta gross and belongs nowhere near the dinner table. If so, you must not be one of the 184 backers who pledged $14,840 to surpass – barely – the designer's $14,000 goal at Kickstarter. Now that the crucial first hurdle has been met, Oakland CA-based GingerELA is ready to roll... prepare your meals AND your stomach!

GingerELA has partnered with Portland OR-based Mudshark Studios to manufacture the Puking Kitty Gravy Boat in the USA. Originally cast in glass (Ginger of GingerELA is a glass designer by trade), production versions are composed of lightweight, durable, stoneware.   

Puking Kitty Gravy Boat Is One Sick Kitchen Utensil

Buyers are assured the production version is microwave and dishwasher safe, FDA compliant, and Cal Prop 65 tested for you edgy west-coasters. Capacity is an estimated 15 fl oz – simply load up, grab it by the tail, and hurl away. Check out this video (maybe AFTER you've eaten) to watch the Puking Kitty Saucy Boat in gut-wrenching real-world use.

“The Puking Kitty Saucy Boat has a remarkable true-to-life action and has proven to be excellent for all manner of culinary semi-liquids,” according to the design team at GingerELA. Give credit to their pet cat and presumed model, Mr.B, described as a “vomiter upon rugs, terrorizer of small mice, king of the bed and all manner of soft cushions.” Yep, sounds legit. (via Sad and Useless, image via XXFirefighter)