Today's Sales 04/24

  04/27

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    Antonio M Studio

    Antonio M Studio
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    { Top Twelve Thursdays }

    { Top Twelve Thursdays }
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    { Meet Marzia }

    { Meet Marzia }

Sale ends in 2 days

  04/26

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    The Dancing Cat

    The Dancing Cat
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    { What The Art Wednesdays }

    { What The Art Wednesdays }
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    { Meet Lincoln }

    { Meet Lincoln }

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  04/25

  • Feline Yogi

     
    Feline Yogi
  • { Two Cent Tuesdays }

     
    { Two Cent Tuesdays }
  • { Meet Paulie }

     
    { Meet Paulie }

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Friday 04/25

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    NomNomNom

    sale starts:  04/25

    NomNomNom

    Foodie Box

    Canine and Feline Boxes for Foodies

    Does your pup go bananas over bacon treats? Does your cat prowl the house in search of catnip toys? Treat your pets with these handpicked items they’re sure to obsess over! Choose either the feline or canine mystery box for a surprise plethora of foodie goodies! Whether your cat is finicky and only eats certain treats, or your dog will eat anything in sight, there’s sure to be something pleasing for all kinds of eaters. Enjoy five carefully selected, high quality products focusing around food! We’re all foodies at heart, why not indulge your pup or cat with this mystery foodie box?

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    UPCOMING SALES

    { Stuff Yo Face Fridays }

    sale starts:  04/25

    { Stuff Yo Face Fridays }

    Stuff Yo Face Fridays

    Kitty Treats Recipe from Joy the Baker


    Why We Heart Joy
    One. Proud kitty mama to Jules, but she calls him Tron
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    Since we're no Martha Stewarts ourselves, we appreciate that these recipes are simple to follow and call for ingredients found in your kitchen cabinets! #NomNomNom

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    UPCOMING SALES

    { Meet Boris Nelson }

    sale starts:  04/25

    { Meet Boris Nelson }

    Boris Nelson, Labrador, Age 1 year, 5 months

    Meet Our Friends As Told By Melissa C.

    "My husband's coworker's lab had a litter of puppies and as soon as we saw Boris' picture we knew he had to be ours. We decided to get him on a Friday in early October and found out the following Monday that we were going to have a baby!! Boris finally came home on December 1, 2012 and was immediately part of the family. We had two older pugs at the time and Boris seemed to respect his role as the 'little brother' and even though he wanted to play with them so badly, he understood that they had their limitations. We sadly lost both dogs in 2013 and Boris was a huge help during our grieving process. Anytime he saw me cry he would come up and give me a kiss or start running around like a crazy dog and chase his tail. I have no doubt he sensed my sadness and wanted to do whatever he could to make me smile again.

    Boris' little sister, Bryce, was born in July 2013. Bryce couldn't ask for a better big brother!! He is so attentive to her and even gets up in the middle of the night to help feed her (well he just lays in the floor while I'm feeding her but at least he gets up. :) )!! One night he heard a baby crying on TV and thought it was Bryce so he jumped up and ran to her room to check on her!!

    Boris' favorite things to do are play ball and play in the water, preferably at the same time! He becomes possessed when he sees his ball and turns into a hysterical lunatic! Racquet balls are his favorite (they are the only kind he can't destroy!). He often gets his ball stuck under the TV console or chair and is very good at telling us where it's at! Unlike a lot of dogs I've had in the past, Boris is a very picky eater!! He loves any kind of meat but won't eat things like french fries, carrots and potato chips.

    Some tricks Boris is very good at are sitting, laying, shaking, staying and holding a treat on his nose and staying until I tell him he can have it. He loves to snuggle and will crawl up in our laps for cuddle time! We feel so lucky to have Boris in our lives."


  • { Meet Boris Nelson }

Monday 04/28

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    Welcome To Wonderland

    sale starts:  04/28

    Welcome To Wonderland

    Welcome To Wonderland

    Dreamy Designed Onesies

    Welcome to Wonderland creates original, hand painted gifts for children!

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    { Adopt Me Mondays }

    sale starts:  04/28

    { Adopt Me Mondays }
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    { Meet Brando }

    sale starts:  04/28

    { Meet Brando }

    Brando, Mutt, Age (approx.) 5

    Meet Our Friends As Told By Justine.

    "Brando (or the Great Brandini) is the man. I mean, you're looking at a picture of him so what else can you say about him? Well, he's also funny, goofy, loving, lovable, and my best friend. (Notice I left "smart" off that list) ;)

    The day we adopted him we found out 3 other families had said they'd take him and then passed him over. Sure, he had mange and looked a little rough around the edges but you can just tell their is something special about this dog. We were getting a second dog to help our first dog with his anxiety issues and the change in him was amazing. When we lost Murphy last month he was no longer anxious, hiding and refusing to go outside, he was acting like a real dog and I think we have Brando to thank. They enjoyed lying in the sun, digging holes in the yard, and barking at cars that dared to drive by our house.

    Brando gets a lot of attention because of his tiny basset legs on his huge pittie body. He lives for dropped bits of food and naps on the couch, especially if his rescue cats are around. He likes a good walk outside but usually tires himself and tries to get us humans to carry him back. Camping is his favorite, especially sleeping by the fire. Actually, sleeping is Brando's favorite thing to do!

    Brando saves lives. He saved Murphy's short life and he continues to save mine. Adopt from a shelter dog, you can find one like Brando!"



  • { Meet Brando }

Tuesday 04/29

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    { Two Cents Tuesdays }

    sale starts:  04/29

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    Cat Myths

    Two Cents Tuesdays

    Mythology dates back to the stories of Aphrodite, Eros, Apollo, Hades, etc. From the Greek mythological gods that ruled Mount Olympus to our furry feline friends?! Wait a second.. Yes, there are many myths based on our four-legged friends. We're here to clear the air about these myths. Are black cats really bad luck? No, of course not. In fact, in some cultures the golden eyed felines are considered good luck! Here is our two cents as it pertains to myths about cats. #TwoCentsTuesdays

    Myth: Cats have nine lives
    Truth: According to a myth in many cultures, cats have multiple lives. In many countries, they are believed to have nine lives, but in Italy, Germany, Greece and some Spanish-speaking regions they are said to have seven lives, while in Turkish and Arabic traditions the number of lives is six. The myth is attributed to the natural suppleness and swiftness cats exhibit to escape life-threatening situations. Also lending credence to this myth is the fact that falling cats often land on their feet, using an instinctive righting reflex to twist their bodies around. Nonetheless, cats can still be injured or killed by a high fall. (Source: Wikipedia)

    Myth: Cats are nocturnal
    Truth: Cats are crepuscular, not nocturnal. This means that they are most active at dusk and dawn. In the wild, this is when prey also tends to be most active. (Source: http://mousebreath.com)

    Myth: Cats hate water
    Truth: Scientists contend that cats' dislike of water comes from house cats' owners shielding them from the elements since the earliest periods of domestication and from their ancestors -- wild cats in Europe, Africa and China's desert cat -- whose limited experience with water did not require adapting and evolving to deal with it.
    Despite not enjoying a full immersion, many house cats are fascinated by water, dipping an exploring paw into the water bowl to scatter a few drops or running into the bathroom at the sound of a shower. A dripping faucet is a cat magnet, an interactive toy that draws playful paws eager to catch a drop or two. But even without a drip, a cat may gaze at a faucet, hoping to see a trickle. Unlike dogs, cats rarely need a bath because they do so much self-grooming. (Source: http://animal.discovery.com)

    Myth: Black cats are bad luck
    Truth: Many cultures have negative superstitions about cats. An example would be the belief that a black cat "crossing one's path" leads to bad luck, or that cats are witches' familiars used to augment a witch's powers and skills. Hello.. Hocus Pocus is just a movie! The folklore surrounding black cats varies from culture to culture. In Great Britain, black cats are seen as lucky and are often given in token form to brides. The Scottish believe that a strange black cat's arrival to the home signifies prosperity. In Celtic mythology, a fairy known as the Cat Sìth takes the form of a black cat. Black cats are also considered good luck in Japan. (Source: Wikipedia)

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    Stamps by Sachi

    sale starts:  04/29

    Stamps by Sachi

    Stamps by Sachi

    Hand Carved Block Earrings

    Residing in the USA, Stamps by Sachi originates from Japan and makes custom hand carved block stamps. Sachi started making hand carved stamps just before she moved to the states in 2007. In addition to creating unique hand carved stamps, Sachi also paints watercolors. Sachi made her son's portrait stamps to capture each stage of his child hood (when he started to lay down, crawl, sit up, etc.). Sachi would stamp them on fabric, cards, envelopes to show her friends how he was doing. When she reflects on those stamps, it reminds her of these wonderful times. What an amazing way to capture memories!

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    { Meet Mocha }

    sale starts:  04/29

    { Meet Mocha }

    Mocha, Domestic Shorthair, Age 3

    Meet Our Friends As Told By Leslie S.

    "My Mocha was my very first cat, I never had cats growing up because my sister is allergic to cats. I was about to graduate with my Bachelor's Degree and start graduate school when I decided I wanted to get a pet. Being a student I had little money to adopt from a shelter. I searched the web for free kittens on Craig's list. I knew I wanted a black cat and I remember seeing her picture and instantly falling in love.

    Out of all of my cats, Mocha is a little firecracker. If she doesn't like you, she will make sure you know it She makes this funny sound when she is happy that almost sounds like a chirping bird. Mocha is unique because she is polydactyl, meaning she has extra toes. While that may sound kinda weird she has the cutest little "thumbs". Her front feet look like she has "mittens."

    Mocha's favorite spot to be is on my bed with her favorite red blanket. Her least favorite spot is the Vet's office. Mocha gets so anxious when she goes to the Vet that they usually sedate her and put her in this thick clear plastic "box of shame" so she cant make mince meat out of the Vet's hand!

    If Mocha had the option to make her own meal it would consist of any type of cheese product like mac & cheese, cheezits and goldfish!"



  • { Meet Mocha }