Urban Fur: Le Grenier

November 3, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11222, Crazy Cat Lady, Greenpoint, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic 

This summer I learned the proprietress of Le Grenier, Maya, got an unexpected visitor in the way of the orange and white tabby you see at left. She wrote:

Hi — wondering if any of you North Brooklyners have seen signs for a missing orange cat?

One has just appeared in my garden and she’s definitely a lost family pet — very friendly, cuddly and charming, clean and seems to have been well fed / cared for.

I’m giving her food, water & friendly ministrations but am not sure how long she’ll stay back there (no clue how she even got in, it’s completely enclosed) and I can’t bring her inside (our Galileo is FeLV+) so I’m hoping to track down her owners quickly.

I helped to spread the word but, alas, no one came forward. No worries: yesterday, as I discovered, she has a new home— and a job! I wrote to Maya:

I got some lovely photos of her today. She pranced along the window mewing at me the whole time (didn’t capture that but I thought you’d like to know she is keeping a very watchful eye over your business!). Very cute. Plan on posting a few pix tomorrow!

To wit Maya replied:

After posting signs everywhere and calling local vets for many weeks, with no reply I of course decided to keep her (my friends have officially dubbed me The Crazy Cat Lady)…  Her name is AmiCat…

AmiCat watches.

And watches.

And when AmiCat deduced that yours truly was neither a threat nor a food giver she proceeded to ignore me. Such is the life of a pampered pussy— and quite frankly I am envious.

But when Maya is in the house, well, it’s another story altogether. READ: naptime!

Le Grenier (now presided over by AmiCat)
19 Greenpoint Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11222

Phone: (718) 569-0111

Miss Heather

Photo Credits: AmiCat napping is courtesy of Maya Marzolf.

Found In Greenpoint: A Kitty

June 19, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11222, Greenpoint, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic 

This item comes courtesy of a lady named Maya, the proprietress of Le Grenier. She writes:

Hi — wondering if any of you North Brooklyners have seen signs for a missing orange cat?

One has just appeared in my garden and she’s definitely a lost family pet — very friendly, cuddly and charming, clean and seems to have been well fed / cared for.

I’m giving her food, water & friendly ministrations but am not sure how long she’ll stay back there (no clue how she even got in, it’s completely enclosed) and I can’t bring her inside (our Galileo is FeLV+) so I’m hoping to track down her owners quickly.

If you know who this handsome lady belongs to— or are interested in giving her a forever home— please shoot Maya an email at maya (at) legrenier (dot) com.

Thanks!

Miss Heather

Way To Go, Le Grenier!

July 14, 2009 ·
Filed under: Greenpoint Magic 

mayaALEXANDROMARTINENGOthumbHaving the pleasure of knowing Ms. Marzolf (she is a very nice and witty woman) and all the hard work she put into this establishment you can imagine my delight when I noticed she is featured on Gothamist today!

Check it out— and congratulations, Maya!

Le Grenier
19 Greenpoint Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11222

Phone: (718) 569-0111

Miss Heather

Photo Credits: Alexandro Martinengo, Gothamist

COMING SOON: Le Grenier

April 17, 2009 ·
Filed under: Dung of the Day, Greenpoint Magic 

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After much ado Le Grenier is at last poised to open. Once Maya Marzolf, the proprietress, told me the good news I simply had to head down there and get a sneak peek. Not only does this store sport some lovely merchandise (the lot of old Victorian photographs she recently acquired is especially nice!), but she has done a wonderful job restoring the space. Here is a slide show of what you can expect to see opening day— which for those of you who are interested will be May 1st. Enjoy!

Le Grenier
OPENING DATE: May 1, 2009
19 Greenpoint Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11222

Phone: (718) 569-0111 (yet to be activated)

Miss Heather

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