Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Greetings for the Animals

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Greetings for the Animals

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EVEN THOUGH many of the well-organized among you have already bought your holiday cards (probably even addressed and mailed them), The Tail End believes it's not too late to tempt you with some that you may have missed - especially since these benefit local animal organizations. Besides, being so organized, you know it's never too soon to start shopping for next year.

Humane Society of Missouri:

Three whimsical greeting cards b in shiny-bright colors from Pipsqueak T include, in addition to the card pictured: A choir of dogs and cats against snow-edged evergreens with "Merry moments for the best of holidays." Three kittens peeking through the mail slot of a red door with the inscription "Enjoy the magic of the season. Happy Holidays." Each pack of 12e costs $9 at the society's gift shop, 1210 Macklind Avenue. (Shop hours vary, so vam it's best to phone before stopping by.) Cards may also be ordered by mail for an additional $2 for the first box, $1 a box after that. To order, call the gift shop at 781-8486. Missouri Wildlife Rescue Center: One of the center's favorite visitors, a young gray fox who was raised from the age of 2 weeks and released back to the wild on Nov. 5, sits among snow-kissed pines on the cover of this glossy card by Sue Healy. Its message: "Let Heaven and Nature Sing." It's sold in packs of 10 for $7.50 at the center, 203-R Ramsey Lane in Ballwin, or by mail for an additional $1.50. To order, call Tammy at 394-4546. Open Door Animal Sanctuary: Artist Kathie Jacquin of St. Louis designed three fun-loving cards for this shelter, all in brilliant, glossy, holiday colors and all with a "Happy Holidays" greeting. The limited-edition cards come in packs of 12 for $10 at the sanctuary, 6065 Duda Road in House Springs. They include the one pictured above and: "Caught In the Act." Two cats looking out the window at Santa and his reindeer while a third sits in the Christmas tree, reaching for a red ornament. "All I Want For Christmas." A line of holiday-decked dogs on a red carpet leading up the steps to Santa. You can't see Santa's face, but his lap is there, complete with a red-bowed poodle. …

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