6 Ways To Show Off Your Cat's Meows At Home

If you're looking for ways to display your Cat's Meows...look no farther!
The following home photos were just a few posted by proud Cat's Meow owners in one of our "Share Your Photo" Facebook contests.
 

1) Mandie found a wooden quilt shelf that fits perfectly over her windows.

Home Photo: Mandie Michniewicz

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2) Bernice made her boardwalk shelves by cutting and gluing craft sticks to 1x1 pieces of pine.

Home Photo: Bernice Prescott

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3) Lynn shared her photo showing Cat's Meows work perfectly on an antique shelf.

Home Photo: Lynn Weimer

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4) Miho shows off her collection of memories on IKEA picture ledges. 

Home Photo: Miho Yoshii

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5) A bookcase filled with books still offers plenty of room for Cat's Meows in Chris' home.

Home Photo: Chris Von Ins

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6) At Cat's Meow we've used an antique store find  to display Cat's Meows mixed with plants and a photo.

Photo: Cat's Meow Village

 

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I got door molding from Home Depot (already painted white) and nailed it to the wall in rows down my hallway. It is just the right size to set the Cat's Meow pieces on and makes a great display.
I place mine over my doors because I rent!
Love love these
I have a friend who displays the houses on her window sill, and I display mine along the border around my kitchen counter. My border sticks just far enough for me to place them there.
You and your friend have found the perfect Cats Meow display locations in your homes! Thanks for sharing!
Dear Friends at Cats Meow. I am still excited to see all the new pieces today as I was when I bought my first Cats Meow pieces back in 1988.I just have to be more selective as I have limited space to display them now. still love and tresure all of them.Phyllis
Hi, we recently had a dear friend pass away suddenly and she left our family in charge of her home and selling it etc. I have been the blessed recipient of 386 Cats Meow collectibles. I have 280 of them on all my doorways. It has taken weeks to learn about the collections and place them in their series. They look very nice on our doorways but we still have 100 left and I wonder what is the best way to share these, sell them to people who truly value the merit of these pieces? I really don't know best forum and don't want to do EBay? But, if that is the best way for collectors to find something they might enjoy? I guess I'm not opposed to that idea. I am not thrilled with cataloging, taking pictures etc of all these extra random houses. Any suggestions? We love the pieces we kept and have put them in some semblance of order but many more left we would like to share? Thank you for letting me post. I thought going right to the web site was best, given the emotional gratitude we have for having part of our friends life here in our home, but can't bear throwing away these other hundreds pieces. My best. Kristin.
Hi Kristin, wow, you have such a nice memory of your friend around you every day! We believe eBay is probably the best place to go, however, we do also recommend you look to donate them to a second-hand shop who supports a cause in your local area or check about donating them to a local school library if you have Cats Meows of local or national history.

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