Mrs. Anne Swazet hosted a birthday party for her cats, Nicky, Honeybear and Red Boy on April 20, 1952. Both their human and non-human friends were invited. Seems like one crazy party. I will withhold my cat lady jokes….
Birthday Party for cats, 1952
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