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Sale in the Shop!


The Pesky Cat Designs shop is having a weekend holiday sale! To claim your discount use  the code "HOLIDAYS" during Etsy checkout for 10% OFF everything in the shop from now until midnight Cyber Monday, 11/29/10. 

Shop update: I'll be adding a couple of Satchels, including the one posted above,  to the shop in the next hour or so. More Satchels coming soon! 

Below is a shoot of Anni this morning. She spent the past 8 years in a NYC apartment on the 10th floor. She was never fond of the front door since it only lead to a hallway with two noisy elevators. Since we moved to Florida the front door is her best friend. It leads to a patch of grass that she loves to eat, butterflies, little lizards, birds, squirrels and lots more!

Comments

Yael said…
Elisa, have a happy Sunday! Sweet Annie too!
Loddelina said…
What a lucky cat!
Enjoy the rest of your holidays!
Pretty Things said…
Our kitties think that the Door To Outside leads to another room full of Awesomeness and we're just evil for not letting them out.
Pretty Things- I don't blame you. They are much safer that way. Anni only goes out with our supervision. We keep our eye on her the entire time. Mainly she likes to eat the grass. IN NYC she always had a pot of wheat grass from the farmers market. In any case, sounds like you are a very good kitty mom!

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