As I mentioned in last night's post, just a few steps away from our hotel in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina was a pet spa and boutique. Naturally, we just had to check it out for our friends. And so, the four of us strolled over to the shop on Saturday morning hoping to score some goods. When we opened the door, we were surprised to be greeted by a beautiful (and not-so-evil as Mr. K would have you believe) C-A-T. I was ready to turn around and walk out but Scottie Dad said to have a little faith in Mr. K and keep him on a short leash. That's exactly what we did.
In fact, I'm pretty sure Mr. K thought the pretty kitty wasn't even a real C-A-T at first. That, or he was simply too distracted by all the toys and treats by which he was surrounded. Eventually, the C-A-T wandered over to say hello and Mr. K did let out a soft cry at the realization he was encountering yet another C-A-T. Despite this devastating fact, Mr. K decided to behave and the C-A-T walked his way over to the cash register to help us check out. Notice in the picture above Mr. K quickly forgot the existence of the C-A-T once he was out of sight!
We picked up a small box of treats from this cute, little store that had everything from bath products, cat and dog treats, collars, books and more. My favorite product in the shop was a blue and brown leash (that had a matching collar) that read: Warm Heart, Cold Nose. I was so tempted to pick it up but I really can't pass up the convenience of the double leash I currently use to walk my two Scotties. And, as can be expected, Heather and Mr. K absolutely refused to wait very much longer to tear into their newly found, yummy treasures!
What's next: Though it was too cold for us to venture to the beach again, Heather and Mr. K did journey to the local pier and posed for some incredible photos. Stay tuned to see those tomorrow!