Why the name "Fat Pyewacket"?

Why the name "Fat Pyewacket"?

Fat Pyewacket has been our feature product for April Sample Saturdays, so you are probably pretty familiar with the name now as the month draws to a close. But who, or what, was the inspiration for the name Fat Pyewacket catnip?

Fat Pyewacket has been our feature product for April Sample Saturdays, so you are probably pretty familiar with the name now as the month draws to a close. But who, or what, was the inspiration for the name Fat Pyewacket catnip?

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The name Pyewacket is pronounced 'pie-ah-whack-it.' It is most often associated with a character in a book or movie, who is a cat. In the 1958 romantic comedy Bell, Book, and Candle, starring James Stewart and Kim Novak, Pyewacket is a Siamese cat. Kim Novak's character Gillian Holroyd is a free-spirited Greenwich Village, NY witch who chooses love over her supernatural powers. Her cat Pyewacket is her 'familiar spirit,' or sort of a witch’s assistant.

In the 1967 children’s book, Pyewacket, Pyewacket is a resilient alley cat. The book is written from the point of view of Pyewacket and his feline friends who have to adapt to the many changes in their neighborhood due to the construction of new houses.

Come out Saturday from 12 - 3 p.m. for your last day to get a FREE sample and see if your feline friend is ready to have some fun with catnip!

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