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'Feed Me' Pet Sign in Slate

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'Feed Me' Pet Sign in Slate

Product Code: FMSL01

£4.50
In stock

This genius Slate Sign is just the thing to help you keep track of your pets. Helpfully engraved with "Please Feed Me!" and "Already Fed!" on either side, you and your family members can efficiently communicate if someone has already taken care of dinner.

An effective counter measure to begging and "puppy-dog eyes", this sign is a must have for displaying by food bins and cupboards. Your pets might not appreciate having their subterfuge disrupted when they have already had one dinner, but they'll certainly love it when someone notices that they do need a meal!


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Dimensions: H12 x W8 x D1cm
Crafted in slate with a rope for hanging
Reverse of sign reads "Already Fed!"

Delivery Costs: 

  • Standard UK for orders over £60 - Free
  • Standard UK for orders under £60 - £4.95
  • Next Day - £6.95
  • Saturday Delivery - £16.00
  • Click & Collect from our Carterton Warehouse - Free

Standard UK Delivery takes 3-5 working days. Next Day orders must be placed before midday for delivery the following working day. If a Next Day order is placed after midday on a Friday, or over a weekend, delivery will take place the following Tuesday.

Returns:

  • You can return items to us within 14 working days of receipt. All we ask is that you return the goods in all their original packaging and condition, including the outer box and in a re sell-able condition. We are not able to issue refunds for goods that are not returned in a re sell-able condition. Please view our full returns information here.
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