Our warehouse will be closed until at least April 13, and possibly longer, due to the closure in NYS of non-essential businesses. I know! Can you believe that our beds and toys are considered non-essential? In all seriousness, where-ever you are, please stay home and stay healthy and enjoy the extra time with your furbabies. We have large shipments arriving shortly (yeah, that’s a whole thing we need to figure out), and will be well stocked with all styles when we are able to open. If you’d like to support our business, you can make a purchase which will ship as soon as we are allowed to open our warehouse. Or just come back when things are better. Live, Love, Help When You Can!!!
Our warehouse will be closed until at least April 13, and possibly longer, due to the closure in NYS of non-essential businesses. If you’d like to support our business, you can make a purchase which will ship as soon as we are allowed to open our warehouse. Or just come back when things are better. Live, Love, Help When You Can!!!
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