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"Anne of Green Gables has appeared in popular costume play series," announces the English version of the priceless cat dress-up web-site Pet Office Cat Prin, right next to this photo of a white tabby dressed up as TV's Rhoda.
The site continues: "The cat which became a hood figure is likely to have a broom at any moment, and is likely to begin cleaning."
So it goes at Cat Prin, the site that bills itself "The tailor of a cat" and sells a "frog transformation set" that is "made from bright green felt cloth, and the big eye of a frog is attached."
Regarding that frog, the Cat Prin copywriters add, helpfully, "Even if it takes, it is finished to the pop impression. Please observe the leg fin wound around a head. Since it can equip also with a hat and head volume on a piece of Velcro, attachment and detachment are easy!"More »