DOGZILLA DOG BUTTER DISH BLUEBIRD HANDLE KITCHENWARE

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 10,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction

A must-have butter dish. Very sweet! Fido, content with his bone and bluebird pal. Mr. Bluebird is situated on Fido's back conveniently to serve as a handle for the cover. This hand-painted ceramic was produced by "Dogzilla" and designed by Candace Reiter in 2002. Information concerning origin is printed on the bottom of the dish. Size: 7 ½" long by 5" wide by 3 ½" high.

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A Final Note

In honor of our feral cats, Shawnee , Precious and the newest rescues, Abby the Tabby and KitKat, $ earned from this auction will go towards the spay and neuter of stray and feral cats living at a turnpike service plaza in western Pennsylvania . Eleven feral cats have been sterilized to date, including a recently-captured three-legged female. She had been difficult to catch, so I was quite relieved when she went into the trap and set off the trap door. It was a good feeling knowing her rough days are finally over. This cat went to a cat sanctuary, was named Turnpike Teena (otherwise, TT for short) and has now been adopted into a wonderful home.

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