Cat-astrophe: The Eiffel Tower

Cat-Astophe Cards are a new series featuring curious kitties causing havoc throughout history. Available as a Greeting card or 8 x 10 inch print!

Comes with this description on the back:
When construction began on the Eiffel tower in 1887, some scientists feared that the metallic structure would act like a powerful magnet, strong enough to rip the nails out of nearby buildings. Instead, the design has been a magnet for the giant cats of Europe, with a different kitty scaling the tower’s heights on a weekly basis.

Card measures 5.5 x 4.25 inches (A2) and is blank inside. It comes with a color-coded envelope that is printed in the USA on recycled paper.

Print is 8 x 10 inches and comes with a description on the back, as well as a sturdy cardboard backing to keep it safe.



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