Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Another peek-a-boo tabby bag (with a notched-ear!) for little Carlie

Carlie wanted so much to win Bag No. 9 (Peek-a-Boo Tabby): but she lost the bag to Winnie the Cat.

So Carlie asked her human, Joy, to ask if my mum would be willing to sew a smaller version of Peek-a-Boo Tabby for Carlie as she wants to give it as a birthday present to a relative.

Well, how can you say "no" to a request from a kitten, right?

So, for a generous donation from Carlie, we present Peek-a-Boo Tabby (measuring 13 inches by 13.5 inches) with a notched-ear!!

Carlie also requested the tabby to be in the same cloth as the previous one.

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The notched ear!


It will be Poslaju-ed to Carlie tomorrow.

It's a smaller bag, as per Carlie's request.

Thank you very much for the generous donation to our Fund!

P.S. If you'd like to order a bag or blanket, please do write in. Currently, we have an order of 6 shopping bags from Norely and her colleagues. Or, you could wait for our auctions and bid for whatever you like!



Susan said...

Hi, how much is the Peek Ka Boo tabby bag? ^^

chankahyein said...

Offer a donation that is higher than our starting auction bid and I'll ask my mum if she can sew one. Please write to me. Thank you.

Maneki Neko said...

I love that Carlie wanted the kitty on the bag with a notched ear! I know there's been a certain amount of debate on the ear-marking issue, but I have to say, my beloved Crumpet has a snipped ear. When I first adopted her, I sighed with relief, knowing for sure that she was already spayed. Next, I thought that one ear gives her a distinctive, jaunty look! Lastly, it amazes me how many people don't notice for the longest time that there is anything different about her left ear. I am still a fan of ear-tipping (or notching), mostly to avoid unnecessary surgery in future. And I hope this lovely tote bag will carry lots of great food to Carlie. :-)

chankahyein said...

Ha ha...actually, I asked my mum to make the notched-ear. I know it's tricky since it's very small (the smaller it is, the harder it is to be sewn). But I thought a notched ear will carry a very powerful message and it's what we promote too. People would ask, "Hey, why is there a notch on the cat's ear?" and that would give us a chance to explain (and promote the awareness)!

Joy E. Saga said...

Carlie cannot wait to get the bag .... she wants to jump inside it before she gives it away :D