Finally you can have your own Pikachu.

You Can Now Buy Official Pokémon Costumes For Your Pet

Let’s face it – having your own Pokémon is the actual dream, and thanks to Small Planet you can at least have a decent imitation of one with the company’s new and official Pokémon pet costumes!

The exciting revelation was recently shared to Twitter by user Pokejungle, and honestly, I don’t think my heart was prepared for this level of cuteness overload.

The range includes everything from a Pokéball pet bed to a Pikachu costume, and there’s even little eeny weeny Pokémon socks for your four-legged pals to help keep their feet warm this winter.

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Unfortunately for most of the world, the official Pokémon pet range is only (that I could find at least) being stocked in Japan, but there’s definitely ways around that if you’re creative enough and willing enough.

Credit: Small Planet

Take a look at the full range from Small Planet and Pokémon right here!

If you want to match your new Pikachu (by which I mean your dog in a Pokémon costume) then you can now score yourself a lovely ‘ugly’ Christmas sweater just in time for the winter season.

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Credit: Small Planet

The UK-based website GeekStore is stocking a range of fully-licensed Nintendo sweaters for you to show the world that you’re both super into Christmas and a gamer. Fortunately, the website also ships to the US if you’re over the pond. GeekStore is the only official stockist of these jumpers, so it’s a good thing they’ll ship to the US.

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Each of the jumpers are selling for £39.99 GBP, which comes to just under $52 USD, not including shipping.

The sweaters are 100% knitted and 100% licensed by Nintendo, with the descriptions also mentioning “hand crafted high-quality patch embroidery and enhanced detail” and premium-quality yarn. Nothing’s printed onto these bad boys, so expect nothing but the best for your buck.

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Check out the full range of video game sweaters over on the GeekStore website right here!

Featured Image Credit: SmallPlanet/Warner Bros.