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Originally invented in 1932 in a rural Oregon town, the Kit-Cat Clock rose to fame in the ’50s with its swinging tail, rolling eyes and cheery face. Inspired by the original design, this classic clock has the same old school, black-and-white tuxedo look and flaunts an adorable bow tie and moustache. Don’t be superstitious—hang this iconic kitty up and watch him charm with his cute little smile.
Uses 2 C batteries (not included). Ready to hang. Made in California.
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Wipe clean with a dry cloth.
L 14” W 4” H 2.75”
First invented in 1932 by Earl Arnault, the Kit-Cat clock is a cat-shaped American novelty clock inspired by Art Deco. The clocks are still made in the USA today and have been pictured in films and TV shows such as Back to the Future, The Simpsons, and Workaholics. In 2012, Kit-Cat celebrated its 80th anniversary by sponsoring a float in the Pasadena Rose Parade.