Our Cat Greeting Cards for Dad, specially designed for Father’s Day or any cat loving man’s birthday. For any day really. FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.
- Dad is special, one of a kind. Doesn’t he deserve better than a mass produced card from a crowded rack?
- “Dad, I know we don’t always look at things the same way…” Inside: “But I’m so glad you’re my father!”
- Deborah Julian creates each card from her original art work. Each card hand-assembled in her workshop. Ships within 2 days.
- Cards are 5″ x 7″, folded, and ship with matching envelopes, sealed together in a protective, plastic sleeve. 100% Guaranteed. Full refund.
- Dad’s Birthday, Father’s Day, Missing You – any day is good day to show your respect for Dad.
The History of Father’s Day
Father’s Day is a holiday that was created to celebrate the role of fathers in society. It is celebrated on the third Sunday of June in many countries around the world.
The first Father’s Day was held in 1910, and it was created by a woman named Sonora Smart Dodd. Dodd wanted to create a holiday to honor her own father, who had raised her and her five siblings after her mother died. Dodd’s father was a Civil War veteran and a single parent.
Father’s Day became an official holiday in the United States in 1972. Today, it is celebrated in many countries around the world, including Australia, Canada, France, and the United Kingdom.
William Jackson Smart, a twice-widowed father of 14. Smart was also a double-Civil War veteran—meaning he fought for both sides. Smart, from Arkansas, was a 19-year-old driving a supply wagon for Confederacy when he has captured by the U.S. at the Battle of Pea Ridge in 1862. – The Man Who Inspired Father’s Day