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Cat puns . . . so . . . many . . . you have got to be kitten me, here.

 

Thanks, y'all.

 

I was really happy how the base went with her, thought it very much suited her.

 

Indeed, I like the Micro Arts bases in general.

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What happened to their molds and masters?

I don't know... :down:  I don't even know when they closed up their online shop. It was a year or two ago that I decided to see what was new and dug up the bookmark.

And the website was still there, but the store was not. ::(::down:

 

EDIT: The website is gone now too.

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