Cheshire & Wain Wonderland Themed Pop-Up Boutique For The Pampered Puss

Hi everyone,

UPDATE: Stall will close Friday 26th of August!

Our friends from Cheshire & Wain (You may have seen our kitties feature some of their collars!) currently have a pop-up stall near where I work during the day! 😀

One of the newest thing are these amazing Maneki Neko style Cheshire cats:

As they are close by I was lucky enough to be able to pop by during my lunch break and check out their entire collection.

They do an amazing range of catnip toys and organic catnip but of course their main business are the collars!

If you happen to be in London in the month of August it’s most definitely worth popping by their stall! 🙂 And of course for those of you abroad you can order their collars and other products on their website with worldwide delivery options.

More details about them and the Pop-Up Stall below:

Luxury British cat lifestyle brand, CHESHIRE & WAIN, will be celebrating their second anniversary, as a Prince’s Trust supported business, with a pop-up kitty boutique at the charity’s Tomorrow’s Store, throughout the month of August. The pop-up arrives at a pinnacle point in the feline calendar with International Cat Day taking place on 8 August.

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Popular with popular culture pusses, with Gizzi Erskine, Diana Vickers and their cats reported as fans, news of the pop-up is set to have kitties grinning like the proverbial Cheshire cat. Aiming to please even the fussiest felines, visitors will be able to choose from Cheshire & Wain’s fanciful edit of luxury leather collars, handmade organic catnip toys and collar charms, as well as five-star Caviar themed kitty dinnerware.

The pop-up boutique will also give a nod to the brand’s new ‘Wonderland’ collection, inspired by Alice’s adventures, with a playful window of fortune cats modelling the Jabberwocky, White Rabbit, Flamingo and Cheshire Cat collars. Additionally, customers will also be treated to sugar mice and fortune cookie sweet delights, some of which will bear feline good fortune with surprise prizes from the Cheshire & Wain range.


Cheshire & Wain was founded in 2013 by Sonja Farrell, a former London ad agency account manager, who had taken ownership of a silver-spotted British shorthair kitten called Percy. So unenthused by what was on offer to accessorise and entertain her new pet, Sonja spotted a gap for cat products that were beautiful, well made and safe. Launching with a core line of collars, which introduced the brand’s now distinct stylish design – quality leather and a discreet breakaway buckle, Sonja has grown the brand to incorporate a desirable edit of cat lifestyle products that are sourced, designed and manufactured to the highest possible standard.

Cheshire & Wain is proud to be an official Prince’s Trust supported business, and gives gratitude to the charity and their mentors, who work tirelessly to help young people between the ages of 13-30 to turn their ideas into reality via their Young Enterprise Programme. The Tomorrow’s Store is entirely stocked by young entrepreneurs, who have set up in business with support from The Trust. In addition to Cheshire & Wain’s products, visitors will be able to shop a diverse range of merchandise, from jewellery and clothing, to homewares and stationery.


Cheshire & Wain’s pop-up boutique is open Monday to Friday, from 8.30am to 7pm at The Prince’s Trust Shop: the Tomorrow’s Store, 9 Eldon Street, London EC2M 7LS. For the full range, visit CHESHIREANDWAIN.COM and follow @Cheshireandwain on Facebook and Twitter, and @percy_peter_wells on Instagram.

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14 thoughts on “Cheshire & Wain Wonderland Themed Pop-Up Boutique For The Pampered Puss

  1. elizz says:

    beautiful collars.. i hope they also sell breakaway kitty collars that easily snap off when a cat get snagged on pointed objects, i think advisable for kitties who go outdoors.. but my kitties even if they are all indoors are wearing breakaway collars just to be safe since my mom had a bad experience with one of her cats, he was dangling on the fence by his collar, and luckily a neighbor called out her attention so my niece went out with scissors and cut the collar since it was strangling him.. poor cat he had trouble breathing for quite a while and luckily we saved him on time.

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