We are now now nice and busy for the festive season, look forward to meeting lots of new kitty friends and can't think of a better way to spend Christmas than cuddlig cats and sharing turkey and ha
Get your pictures up on Facebook and win! We wanna see those beautiful kitties. PURRRRRR
Christmas Competition @ The Cats Pyjamas Cattery Wicklow
For our 1st Christmas in our brand spanking new purpose built Cattery we have decided to run a little competition! The winner will receive an amazing 1 week’s stay at The Cats Pyjamas Cattery! And that’s not all; the runner up will receive a weekend break here! And it could not be easier to enter, simply upload the cutest or craziest picture of your cat onto The Cats Pyjamas Cattery Facebook page, whichever picture receives the most likes will win the prize, 2ndmost likes wins the runner up prize! So log on, load up and tell everyone you know to like The Cats Pyjamas Cattery page and to like your photo and your cat will be the winner!
Imagine how happy your cat will be! A winner and a free holiday! Tell your friends, tell your family,
tell your cat to tell their friends and win this amazing prize! Final count will take place on 15thDecember just in time for your cats Christmas gift!
Can’t wait to see those pictures!
The Cats Pyjamas Cattery Wicklow
Thats the 1st booking confirmed now for Christmas, only 8 super, duper, comfy, cosy, fun filled, actioned packed rooms left! book early and avoid a disappointed kitty cat! Who knows what they might shred when they hear they have missed out on a stay @ The Cats Pyjamas Cattery Wicklow! :@)
A slang phrase coined by Thomas A. Dorgan. The phrase became popular in
in the 1920s, along with the bee's knees, the cat's whiskers (possibly from the use of
these in radio crystal sets). In the 1920s the word cat was used as a term to
describe the unconventional flappers from the jazz era. This was combined with
the word pyjamas (a relatively new fashion in the 1920s) to form a phrase used
to describe something that is the best at what it does, thus making it highly
sought and desirable.
A report in the New York Times of a publicity stunt by an
unknown woman in 1922, in which she paraded along 5th Avenue clad in yellow silk
pajamas and accompanied by four cats similarly dressed, may indicate the phrase
was already current by that date, as the "cat's meow" certainly was