Dr. Pepper Sign by Cat's Meow.
Folks who love collectibles love Cat’s Meow! We are happy to offer our customers these authentic collector’s keepsakes. Display them individually or in a group; they are charming atop a door way, sitting on window sill, in a hutch, or on a bookshelf. You don’t have to be a train lover to love Cat’s Meow! Each piece is handcrafted in Wooster, Ohio from a 1.75 inch thick block of hardwood. Casper the black cat makes this authentic!
The Dr. Pepper sign was erected in the 1940's and has been part of Roanoke’s downtown skyline ever since. The restored sign is an historical landmark and can be seen by anyone traveling Route 220/Interstate 581 in downtown Roanoke. Approximately 4 inches high and 3 inches wide.
The Cat's Meow Difference
In the world of keepsakes, The Cat’s Meow® stands in a village of its own. Every piece is handcrafted in Wooster, Ohio by a small group of dedicated staff who take great care in creating each keepsake that passes from our hands to yours. Cat’s Meow offers an affordable way to capture cherished memories of childhood, family vacations and far-away places yet to be explored. The value of such memories given as a gift is immeasurable.
Casper, our famous black cat trademark, can be found on every piece along with Faline’s signature. This trademark black cat can only be found on authentic Cat’s Meow keepsakes. Faline always looks forward to researching history and continues to select all the pieces released in the National Line each year. Faline also appreciates when people take the time to share new product ideas and suggestions with her. Many of these suggestions have resulted in various product introductions over the past 30 years.
The Cat Who Cares
The sale of Cat’s Meow keepsakes has made it possible for the Village to be a strong supporter of many nonprofit organizations over the years. Some of those organizations include: The National Arbor Day Foundation, Feed the Children, Hospice, American Cancer Society, National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations, SIDS, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Goodwill Industries, United Way, Alzheimer support groups, MADD, American Heart Association, Make-A-Wish, Childhood Diabetes and many more. Look for a new tree design supporting a different organization each year in our Charity Grove Collection.