We go past the old location all the time since we live nearby. Sometimes I miss it, but we outgrew the space quickly, and our out-of-town landlords were a challenge. The building has sat vacant and lonely since we left, and I doubt it gets used as long as the current owners are in charge. It also has a lovely upstairs apartment with some dubious Quincy history, and again, it's a shame it sits empty.
|Those silly humans have NO idea how many cat toys we've hidden!|
Obviously Lucky Cat Vegas, our beloved first store cat, batted them underneath the cases, and we just never found them. Come to think of it, Fast Eddie was in there for a few months too, though he refuses to confess he hid the toys.
I remember Lucky with great fondness. She passed away about year after we moved here, so she's in a better place in that great Catnip Garden In The Sky.
Fast Eddie just asked if there was a way to get back some of the old toys. Sorry, buddy.
But we could move some of the display cases to see if any of his old toys are around Second String Music.