|What a sweet graphic!|
|A great deal of catnip obviously preceded this frenzied playdate... |
Pretty in Pink and LIttle Boy Blue are particularly affected.
|I'll take romance!|
|This resplendent fellow leaves one agog! |
He was created by British-American illustrator Eulalie Banks
|Russian kitty has your number—and a mighty fine bow.|
|WORDS FAIL ME!!!!|
|"No one messes with my babies!" (From Horatio by Eleanor Clymer, illustrated by Robert Quackenbush)|
|"Hello, my name is Ittty Bitty Pretty Kitty; what's yours??"|
Finally, here are two cool photos depicting human–cat connectivity:
|It's not just dogs and their owners who resemble each other!|
|"Love amidst the ruins"—a LIFE magazine shot of a disaster area.|
collection National Geographic Cat Shots. (The puss at left gives it one paw up.) The text is by Michele Slung, a very intelligent writer whom I can vouch for personally and who knows a heck of a lot about books, as well as cats.
In other breaking cat news, I did not know about The Cats of Copenhagen (a posthumously published short story by James Joyce, written in 1936 for his grandson) until I happened to click on our main page. Just goes to show that you'll never know what serendipitous finds await when you browse the Daedalus Books website!