Foto’s Blog: Bow Wow…Cat’s Meow chooses DMW as Charity of Choice for 2012!

Apr 12, 2012   //   Foto's Blog, General  //  Comments Off on Foto’s Blog: Bow Wow…Cat’s Meow chooses DMW as Charity of Choice for 2012!

Kid’s photos hang from the branches of a dogwood tree, while Foto and a child frolic beneath the branches…What a treat that Dog Meets World has been chosen The Cat’s Meow Village charity of choice for 2012! You can purchase your own DMW tree here. Cats and dogs can play well together to celebrate photo diplomacy.

Faline the creator and owner of Cat’s Meow designates a national charity to donate a portion of proceeds to each year. The collection is called the Charity Grove and each year she designs a new tree to be added to the collection that symbolizes the charity of choice for the year.

Cat’s Meow’s are two-dimensional wooden keepsakes. They are freestanding miniature replicas of buildings, places, and things from people’s lives. They consist of everything from Mount Rushmore and the Statue of Liberty to local tourist attractions and historical icons to people’s homes, churches, schools, etc.

They are lightweight, fit in the palm of your hand and can be easily displayed above windows and doorways, on windowsills, chair rails, and in any nook or cranny, which makes them a great accent for any home décor. Their black cat, Casper, trademarks each piece.

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