Fans Disney’s Alice in Wonderland would probably get a kick out of this Cheshire Cat cookie jar!
It’s eight and half inches tall and very bright and colorful. You can fill it with cookies — or maybe even cat food!
Sterling H0lloway (who I always think of as “Winnie the Pooh”) did the voice of the Cheshire Cat in the 1951 movie, which is actually a combination of both Lewis Carroll’s books, Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking-Glass. (Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum, for example, are not originally from Wonderland.)
Interestingly, the movie was considered a complete flop at the time and didn’t start becoming appreciated until the 1960’s.
I’ve ridden the Mad Tea Party ride in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom in Disney World, but I didn’t realize until just now that there are other Alice in Wonderland attractions as well. Disneyland in California has a dark ride called “Alice in Wonderland” and Disneyland Paris has “Alice’s Curious Labrynth.”