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A couple of weeks ago when we were in New England, we made a special trip down to Rhode Island. Unfortunately, my parents were in Ireland (lucky ducks!!) so we didn't see them, but we picked up my new truck and, of course, spent some time with their cat, Robbie. Robbie and his two brothers showed up on my parents' back porch, almost exactly 11 years ago. Of course, we adopted all 3, and while Bernie and Hideki have passed away, Robbie is still the happiest cat in the world!
To make your own kitty bow tie, you will need: one extra small dog collar, one children's hair bow, scissors, and tacky glue
1. Remove the hair clip from back of the bow. I also took off the ties from the bow so that it looked more a tie.
2. Measure your cat's neck and adjust the collar to that size.
3. Find the opposite point on the collar from the leash clip. You will place the bow here so that you can also use the bow tie as a collar, if you take your cat on a leash.
4. Use the tacky glue to attach the bow to the collar and allow to dry.
Tidy Cats, Friskies, and Fancy Feast. I got a few treats for myself (i.e. Halloween candy) as well as some for him, just a few aisles apart.
Robbie might not care that much about his litter, so I made sure to bring him plenty of something I knew he'd love - treats! Friskies Party Mix are his favorite... as you can tell. That might be how I got him to pose so well for these photos - haha!
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