Bertha's Kitty Boutique
Saturday, December 7, 1996
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GK: ....brought to you by Bertha's Kitty Boutique, for persons who care about cats. The holidays should be a happy time for you and your cat, but sometimes---- (VC: Oh no. Puff! GUILTY MEOW. VC: The box is way over there. Look at this! You're supposed to be housetrained! MEOW) The holidays can be a stressful time for an animal. But you can reinforce your cat's house-training with Mr. Rogers's Cat Box Video.

TR (MR ROGERS): Well, I was talking to our old friend Mr. Litterbox there in the corner and he's a little sad today. Yes, he is. You know why? Because nobody's left him any presents. No, they haven't. Remember, when you get that special feeling inside, that means it's time to visit Mr. Litterbox. And we go scratch, scratch, scratch, so he knows we're there. And then after we leave our present, we go scratch, scratch, scratch, so it's a surprise. Okay? (MEOW)

The Mr. Rogers Cat Box Video --- only from Bertha's Kitty Boutique. (THEME)

(c) 1996 BY GARRISON KEILLOR

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