Friday, May 27, 2022

Cat Art History: Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder, July 22, 1898 - November 11, 1976, was an Modern, Abstract, and Surrealist artist, innovating with his three-dimensional kinetic sculptures powered by motors or air currents, and his monumental public sculptures.

The artist undoubtedly studied cats, sculpting them as whimsical and playful.
La Cornue, or "Calder's Cat", 1974
Located in Grenoble, France
Mary Reynolds with her cats, no date
The Rattle Cat, 1969
Cat Lamp, 1928
Cat, sculpture,1930
Cat, mobile,1966
Go to for more information on this amazing artist.

Wednesday, May 25, 2022

125 Years Ago

On May 26, 1897, Bram Stoker's book, "Dracula" was published.

I've watched many Dracula and vampire movies, but the book is better!

Here are some cat vampire memes for your viewing pleasure, all scrounged from the interwebs.

If you are on Facebook, you may enjoy Monk, The Vampire Cat at
Image taken from Vampire Cat Monk and Bean
We are always grateful for authors, artists, and gifted folks who create new things!

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It's Sweetnesday!

That Sweetie; such a snoozer!
She takes over the warm spot when a human gets up.
She sleeps in the window, curled up like a shrimp.
She can give an evil look if you interrupt her nap!

Tuesday, May 24, 2022


It's Twozday!

Da Boyz enjoy the increased critter activity outside.
Backdoor viewing.
Synchronized ear front window viewing.
Once the sunshine heats up their fur, they change location to a shadier spot.
Note the wooly sock; a leftover from Celestial Chuck.

Monday, May 23, 2022

❤️ Cat

It's PO'Monday!

Celestial Paddy O'Malley was my 💖 cat.

These images were taken in May, 2019, and we just couldn't get enough of each other.
Being cute.
Not on the level.
Happy Victoria Day, Canada!