Built around 1805, the Julee Cottage was named for one of its earliest owners, Julee Panton. The cottage is an early example of platform frame construction, reminiscent of the Creole cottages of the New Orleans French Quarter. It presently displays a “saltbox” shape, built to the sidewalk with no front porch. It is the only surviving form of this urban Creole architecture in Pensacola.
Look closely, and you'll find Casper, our black cat mascot, peeking through the window, taking a paws from catching mice! He is the sign of an authentic Cat’s Meow
This keepsake is hand-crafted from ¾” thick wood with a detailed front design and a short description on the back. You can set it neatly on a shelf, desk, or narrow ledges such as window, door trim, or wainscoting. Group it with other Cat’s Meows to create your own memory of the special places you have visited.