We lived in the murder house shirt
CLASSIC GUYS / UNISEX TEE
5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
My Margaret was an orphan saved by an amazing cat rescue group when she was a sick, half pound baby who was fortunate that she survived. She literally lived her first few weeks with me as a foster nestled shivering in my We lived in the murder house shirt where I could keep her warm and secure. She was able to stay close to my body and stay warm and secure. I was able to do the things I needed to do and still be with her to make sure that she survived.
We lived in the murder house shirt, ladies tee, v-neck
This would have been wonderful, giving me the use of both of my arms and still hold her. I adopted her five years ago and she still cuddles in my We lived in the murder house shirt every chance that she gets if I sit down to read or watch tv. If she peed in it, at least I knew that her fluid needs were being met. We all have washing machines and tools to remove cat fur that is part of having an animal that sheds. So cute I may have one cat that might stay in there. The others are a bunch of biotches that won’t let you hold them. Everything has to be on their terms. If they want to be loved on they will come to you. They would right the entire time I was trying to stick them in there.
We lived in the murder house shirt, hoodie, sweater and long sleeve
I would get this if the pocket were bigger because my cat would love it. I made him something similar out of a big scarf made into a sling. I just carry him around the house in it..keeps him safe from the big bad doodle dog. Also strikes me that the pouch is too low down. The animal would bounce against your stomach as you walked – uncomfortable for both of you. It needs to be nearer chest level so you can cradle your pet if necessary. Anyway, as Ruth says, Bonnie wouldn’t put up with even being carried around the house in one, and would definitely have hysterics at the mere suggestion of being taken walkies outside