One thing I know for sure – whoever created this art print had at least one cat in their life.
The Cat Print – Patient has an absolutely gorgeous cat, obviously, and includes the mantra of all cats: I am extraordinarily patient provided I get my own way in the end.
The cat pictured reminds me of a cat I loved from years ago – his name was Buster and he was beyond beautiful. He had one of the sweetest natures I’ve ever seen in a cat. He belonged to a neighbor, but he was convinced that he was our baby – he spent a great deal of time on our front porch and in our yard. When he heard our car coming down the road, he’d zoom to our driveway, no matter where he was.
And for Buster, zooming wasn’t all that easy. He was a very old and…. well…. chubby cat. I’ve never seen a fatter face on a cat! He was a beauty and when I think of lovable, sweet cats – he’s always amongst the first ones I think of.
Naturally, he didn’t have anything on any of my babies, past or present (no one remind me that my little Carly was a she devil, please – I’m living in denial and I’m comfy here).
I’m going to be moving some posts from the old Cat Pause Blog to this one over the next few days – so if you happen to subscribe to the blog through rss or through e-mail, don’t think I’m high on caffeine or anything (okay, well I am – but that’s beside the point). I want to delete the old blog but I have a great deal of memories and pictures in the posts, so I want to make sure all of my babies are safe and sound! If you’re new to Cat Pause and never read the first blog, I think you’re going to love meeting Carly, Renee Elise, and Adam. If you’re a cat lover, you know full well that you never lose the love for a cat – even when you don’t have them in your arms any longer, your heart will hold them forever.
Carly, Renee Elise, Adam, and now Prissy are all in my heart with other pets I’ve loved and lost. I’m pretty sure all of them were glad to see little Prissy show up. Finally, a cat that can keep Carly in line! Oh, just wait till you meet her.