Sunday, May 20, 2012

Summer Event -

The Kit Cat Clocks made their first appearance way back in the 1930's. Because they were introduced in the depression era this smiling clock helped bring joy to people during such a terrible time.  Kit Cat clocks are well known for their cat shape that features cartoon eyes that roll in sync with a pendulum tail that hangs below,  as it wags.  Did you know that the original models were plug-in,  but ever since they 80's they have required batteries.  

You can find Kit Cat Clocks at  They offer Kit Cat Clocks in many different colors including the classic black color.  You will find colors such as HoneySuckle Pink(my favorite), Lime Green, Turquoise and many more fun colors.

I recently received a black Kit Cat Clock from and I must say I was quite excited about this review because the clock brings back fond memories of my childhood.  Every time I used to visit my aunt she had the coolest clock hanging up, it would wag its tail and move it's eyes and I knew that one day I would own one of my own. Guess what that day is today because it was a Kit-Cat clock!  

I had a zebra printed clock hanging in my living room,  so I decided it was time to take it down and replace it with my brand new Kit-Cat clock.  It looks perfect hanging in my living room and every time someone enters our living room it always becomes the center of attention.  It's defintely starts up a lot of conversations, not only with the adults but with the children too!  Luckily it is up high enough where the kids can't touch it.  

I also received a Kit-Cat (Smile) card,  which makes a great addition to any Kit-Cat clock gift.  Be sure to check out their entire selection of greeting cards and post cards.  

BUY IT: You can purchase a Kit-Cat Clock from for $49.99 - $69.99, depending upon which one you select.

LEARN MORE: To learn more please visit

*Disclaimer - I received the item mentioned above, free of charge, for review purposes.  In no way did this alter my opinion of their products.  All of my opinions expressed in this post are one hundred percent honest and true.*


My Journey With Candida said...

When I was younger, there was a cartoon on calle Felix The Cat. Those clocks always reminded me of Felix.