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Meet Mo the Cat

A familiar face around Old House Depot belongs to Mo (short for Moselle) the tomcat. The green-eyed tabby has quite the local fan club.

Jim explains how Mo came to join his family in 2010. “I was down with a guy we know buying wood in Moselle, Mississippi. It was the middle of nowhere, with no houses around. This kitten came along, probably around 12 weeks old, and everybody carried him around. When I got into my truck to leave, I found him asleep in front of some beams in front of trailer, right at home.”

Ann says, “Jim calls me on his way home and says, ‘I’m bringing home a cat.’ Now Mo travels with us. In the morning, Mo walks into his carrier and goes to work with Jim. At 5, he gets back into the carrier to go home. He also plays fetch!”

See more photos of Mo in the "Just Mo" album on Facebook.

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Birdbaths & Statuaries for Gardens

Old House Depot Birdbaths and Sanctuaries
Old House Depot Birdbaths and Sanctuaries

The fun at Old House Depot starts before you even walk through the doors. Take a minute to browse our large, constantly-changing selection of birdbaths and sanctuaries. We've got lots of one-of-a-kind pieces you won't find anywhere else!

Highlights from Our Annual 4th of July Party

​Since 2007, we've hosted an annual 4th of July cookout at Old House Depot, which is one of our favorite events of the year. We set up old church pews outside the store, fill old bathtubs with chilled beer, and make a whole lot of food! Here are a few snapshots from parties past:

We love gathering the community to celebrate the holiday.
We love gathering the community to celebrate the holiday.
The talented band Horse Trailer brought the house down.
The talented band Horse Trailer brought the house down.
Community members of all ages had a blast.
Community members of all ages couldn't help but dance.
We can't wait until next summer!

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