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Scotts Flowers NYC has been serving New Yorkers since 1947. A family-owned business for over six decades, this florist is located in Midtown, Manhattan, in the heart of the Garment District. After many years on West 23rd, Scott's Flowers moved to its current location on West 37th in 2007. Known for high quality orchids, modern flower arrangements and personable customer service, Scott's Flowers is named after the famous Scottie the Cat.
Scottie the Cat passed away this past Summer. Originally a stray cat found under the Kosciuszko Bridge in Brooklyn and rescued to become a staple of 5th Avenue fame, he lived a long, happy life in the 37th Street store location. He used to stop traffic as he walked around the storefront of Scott's Flowers every day.
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- Robert Palliser, "Scottie spreads cat love in Manhattan", Taildom, April 5, 2012.
- Layla Morgan Wilde, "Scottie The NYC Florist Cat", Cat Wisdom 101, April 3, 2012.