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Day of the Dead

Sugar Skull Cat figurines (Sleepy Sugar)

If you thought humans are obsessed with Mexico's Day of the Dead, imagine how significant if must be for a cat with nine lives!

Of course, only one of a cat's nine deaths has the finality of a human's. How do they view the other eight, transient, deaths - if "deaths" is even the right word?

The truth is, we just don't know. If only you could just ask an approximately 25cm-tall figurine of a cat in Day of the Dead makeup, since those ones are presumably more likely to have given it some serious thought than your average undecorated cat.

£21.99

Sugar Skull Cat figurines (Sugar Kitty)

If you thought humans are obsessed with Mexico's Day of the Dead, imagine how significant if must be for a cat with nine lives!

Of course, only one of a cat's nine deaths has the finality of a human's. How do they view the other eight, transient, deaths - if "deaths" is even the right word?

The truth is, we just don't know. If only you could just ask an approximately 25cm-tall figurine of a cat in Day of the Dead makeup, since those ones are presumably more likely to have given it some serious thought than your average undecorated cat.

£21.99

Sugar Skull Cat figurines (Sugar Puss)

If you thought humans are obsessed with Mexico's Day of the Dead, imagine how significant if must be for a cat with nine lives!

Of course, only one of a cat's nine deaths has the finality of a human's. How do they view the other eight, transient, deaths - if "deaths" is even the right word?

The truth is, we just don't know. If only you could just ask an approximately 25cm-tall figurine of a cat in Day of the Dead makeup, since those ones are presumably more likely to have given it some serious thought than your average undecorated cat.

£21.99

Sugar Skull

Nowhere is Death more colourfully celebrated than in Mexico, and in the spirit of the Day of the Dead we bring you these 10.5cm-tall ornamental skulls in the "sugar-skull" style.

£12.99

Sugar Blossom Fairy figurine (Rosalia)

One's first instinct when glimpsing Rosalia sprawled on the ground might well be: "Eek! This poor woman's been assaulted and elaborately tortured! They even stole her shoes!"

However, you'd be wrong, as this sort of thing is quite common down Mexico way, at least once a year. Rosalia has just flown in from Guadalajara, and her wings are knackered, so she's just having a wee rest. She'll be fine in a minute.

£27.99
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