An Israeli shop sells cat t-shirts, rhude shirts, and other merchandise at a street market in Jerusalem.
In a neighborhood of a dozen or so stores, one shopkeeper sells a shirt that says, “Cat: Keep your hands off my head.”
The owner of the store, Avraham Tov, said the shirt is the latest in a series of cat-themed t-shirt designs.
Tov started selling cat-related merchandise in 2011, and he said he’s now selling a cat t shirt.
“It is very difficult for us to compete with these cat shirts because they are very cute and cute cat t shirts,” he said.
“There are other cat tshirts that have pictures of cats.
It is very easy to find something that is similar to the one we have.”
Tov said he started selling the shirt in 2009, and it has since gone on sale.
He said he was able to sell his first shirt for a whopping $5,000, and the price of the second one is $3,500.
He said that the price for his shirts is set to go up to $5 million after a court ordered the sale of the rights to his name.
The sale of cat apparel was legal in Israel until a recent court ruling that ruled the clothing items sold on the black market could not be considered art.
The ruling was based on the premise that cats are not animals and therefore cannot be considered property.
The court ruling was issued in January and came a day after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Jewish family in a landmark lawsuit that threatened to open a new era in Israeli law banning the sale and possession of cat jewelry and accessories.
The court said cats should not be classified as art or other valuable items and should be treated as a special category of property.
But some people argue that cats should be considered a part of the public domain, and are not part of Israel’s law on the sale or importation of property, which prohibits the sale, importation, or export of any animal or animal products, including fur, fur products, and fur-bearing products.
Israeli lawmakers are set to consider a bill on Thursday that would allow the sale in Israel of cat and dog jewelry, along with the fur products and fur jewelry that were originally banned.
A similar bill in the U.S. is also under consideration.