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MRFRS to hold Whisker Wonderland Open House Dec. 3

Salisbury – Shop for the holidays at Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society's Whisker Wonderland Open House, which will be held Saturday, Dec. 3, from 12 to 5 p.m., at the MRFRS headquarters, 63 Elm St. (Route 110), Salisbury.

Pick up great gifts for yourself or the cat lovers on your holiday list. Stock up on kitty toys and handmade beds, get the 2012 MRFRS calendar, and check out the other shopping opportunities, such as Kittredge Candles, Sew Phabulous cat toys and bedding, and more.

Brighten a shelter cat's holiday by picking a wish list item off the giving tree to donate to the MRFRS kitties, make a donation in someone's name or sponsor a cal as a gift for the cat lover on your list.

Also, treat yourself to some holiday cheer by enjoying tasty treats and a warm cup of coffee. Between 1 and 4 p.m., take advantage of the insights of an animal communicator during a 15-minute session. You'se always wanted to know what your cat was thinking and now's your chance to find out. Animal communication gift certificates will also be available for holiday giving.

For more information on Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society, call 1-978-462-0760 or visit www.mrfrs.org.

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