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Raining Cats and Dogs - 1000pc Jigsaw Puzzle by SunsOut


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Serious Item Code: 168619
Mfr Code: 61661
Brand: SunsOut
Theme: Cats, Dogs, Car
Finished Size: 20" x 27"
"Raining Cats and Dogs" is a 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle that features a charming scene created by artist Richard Courtney. The puzzle depicts a junkyard in the rain, with two vintage classic autos providing shelter for several cats and dogs.

The puzzle measures 27 x 20 inches when completed and is made of high-quality cardboard pieces that fit together snugly. The puzzle box features a colorful image of the completed puzzle, making it easy to identify the finished design.

The artwork is beautifully rendered with intricate details and bright colors. The rain is depicted with blue and grey tones with trees and clouds in the background, while the vintage cars are painted in shades of red and blue. The cats and dogs are a mix of breeds, with their different colors and patterns adding to the overall charm of the scene as they hide out inside and under the vehicles.

As you put together the puzzle, you'll enjoy discovering the different expressions on the animals' faces and the details of the cars and the junkyard. The finished puzzle is a heartwarming image that captures one interpretation of the saying "raining cats and dogs." It's a fun and challenging puzzle that will provide hours of entertainment and a sense of accomplishment once completed.

Artwork by: Richard Courtney

SunsOut offers an incredible range of jigsaw puzzles, with piece counts from as small as 48 pieces to as high as 6,000 and they come in over 70 unique shapes and sizes. Every one of their products is proudly made in the USA by an environmentally conscious company that uses soy-based inks and recycled board.
UPC: 796780616615
Weight: 23.70 ounces
Jigsaw Pieces: 1000
For Ages: 11+

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3 Stars

I swore I'd never buy another puzzle from this brand. The pieces are all strange shapes, and I find it very frustrating to try to figure out how they all fit together. I'm sure some people would like this kind of challenge -- to each their own. But I told my husband I'd rather try to distinguish between six different shades of green than try to figure out these strange shapes.

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