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bijou
09-16-2011, 11:07 AM
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Hat off to cat hat designer Amélie Segarceanu – it takes a business genius to spot a paw-some opportunity like this.


But you can’t help thinking her human customers get more pleasure from her creations than their pets.

Not surprisingly, she recommends bribing your cat with treats before fixing one of her miniature bowlers, berets or stovepipes on its head.


Once that’s done the transformation can be magical. ‘Quite possibly the most awesome thing I have ever purchased,’ wrote one delighted customer on her website, To Scarborough Fair. ‘Particularly after a few cocktails.’


Read more: http://www.metro.co.uk/weird/875634-designer-makes-paw-some-hats-for-cats#ixzz1Y80yNsCf

SarasotaRepub
09-17-2011, 01:52 PM
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This is SLW's girl Tiny from some years ago before we were married.

SaintLouieWoman
09-17-2011, 02:04 PM
Tiny was my special little princess, one of the best therapy dogs I've ever had. There was no one that Tiny didn't like or make up with. The folks in the nursing home loved her. She died not quite a year before SR and I were engaged. My friends in St Louis still talk about the Tiny one.

She was about the size of a large whippet. Everytime there was a "smallest greyhound" contest at one of the greyhound picnics, she'd win a prize. She was only about 44 pounds. Xena and Darlene are in the mid 60's.

bijou
09-17-2011, 05:04 PM
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This is SLW's girl Tiny from some years ago before we were married.

See, animals in hats are a good thing! :)

SaintLouieWoman
09-17-2011, 08:21 PM
See, animals in hats are a good thing! :)

They had quite a collection. I used them when they went to the nursing home to do their pet therapy. I was trying to mix it up a bit, since they saw the same dogs every month. They also had a large collection of cute scarves.

Sadly Darlene and Xena refuse to wear the hats, so I have so many cute hat boxes filled with all sorts of hats, from a top hat to a "Frank Sinatra" hat for the male dogs, to an "I dream of Jeanie" top with veil and little spring bonnets. Maybe one day I'll get another dog that doesn't mind wearing them. The residents of the nursing homes used to look forward to seeing what they were "wearing" each month.