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Shopping At The Cats N Dogs, Penang

CAT LOVERS.... There is a shop along Lebuh Acheh, Georgetown, Penang called The Heritage Cat, this place is not to be missed, especially for cat lovers.  I am not one but I still find this shop interesting and fascinating.  The friendly owners ushered us in, taking pictures is welcomed, no obligation to buy anything, that was what we were told.  Since they were so welcoming, we went in without hesitation.  Yes, indeed, lots to see, so much to see that I asked them... "why only cats?  any figurines on dogs?"  And it seems there is.... same owner and just behind this shop... and I could not resist buying when I saw the cute figurines... 

First, the Heritage Cat shop.... 
At the entrance....
Its a two shop lots for the Cats... 
Cats taking charge at the next door.... 
Now I am inside the shop... 
Cute, right?
Big and small....
Caught in action....
It says, Michael Jackson's cats... 
The Mercedes cat drivers..
Trishaw cats.... 
Transformer?
Then I went to the Cat n Dog... 
             
How much is that doggie at the window ... glass?
Got one for RM7... so small it can hardly be seen here... LOL... 
And these doggie stools were on display... 
Took a hard time choosing one... 
If cheap, I would have gotten them all... 
Each going for RM55... 
And finally I settled for this "grumpy doggie stool".....
Should have get another one too... 
Everything must come in pairs, right?
LOL.... 

Comments

  1. Wow...the owner of the shop must really, really loves cats!

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  2. But it looks so grumpy!!! I'd take that one with the bone!

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  3. Oh my. Full of cuteness!! I would want to get those doggie stools. But sure not cheap.

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  4. Yes, you should get another dog stool to keep this one accompany.

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  5. We love cats, and have owned a lot! This shop is so unique! Do you still have Labbie?

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  6. I would have taken the doggie with the bone and the orange doggie.

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  7. The doogie stools are cute but expensive.

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