The American Museum of The House Cat

The American Museum of The House Cat The American Museum of The House Cat is a private collection spanning over 30 years of Multi-Media Art highlighting the importance Cats play in hisory.
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The American Museum of The House Cat is an organization dedicated to raising money to construct a museum for the house cat. We have more than 35-years' worth of cat memorabilia and art just looking for a place to be shared with the world. Help us make this great dream come true. Check us out on Facebook. Will open April 1 2017. LOCATED IN OLD SCHOOL ANTIQUE MALL

Friends of Jackson County Animal Shelter - NC
05/21/2020

Friends of Jackson County Animal Shelter - NC

Here's a feed good and an amazing story.
Smoky, a stray cat that was brought to us on May 5th, was reclaimed this past Tuesday. We put his picture up on Petfinder this past Sunday, as it was the first good picture we had (our photographer was allowed back up on Saturday).

The cat's owner lives in Forest City, NC, two hours away from our shelter. She saw the cat on Petfinder on a whim, as her cat has been missing for TWO YEARS. They had given up hope a long time ago, but for some reason, decided to check out petfinder (I think looking for another missing cat). They called the shelter and it sure sounded like Smoky but come on..Really?? The owners made the drive up and ...BOOM. It WAS their cat (many identifying features).

A bright spot in today's odd state of being! (cat is in the carrier as we didnt' want to risk an escape). Cat's real name is Snoop!

A Message of Gratitude from our Shelter Manager:I just wanted to thank everyone who watched our #Live #VirtualTour on Su...
05/21/2020

A Message of Gratitude from our Shelter Manager:

I just wanted to thank everyone who watched our #Live #VirtualTour on Sunday. If you missed it, you can still watch it in our videos! And thank you all who donated to my birthday fundraiser on FB. I set the goal for $500 because I know so many folks are struggling right now and didn’t want to seem flippant about that.

Y’all absolutely floored me by raising over $3,400 for Catman2 in 24 hours. I’m so so so grateful for the support of our small but mighty rescue. Whether you donate $3 or $300, every little bit counts and helps us help #Kitties and #Critters in need. You can rest assured that we are an ethical organization and these funds will be used for #VeterinaryCare from our wonderful vets at the #SylvaAnimalHospital and occasionally specialist vets like Dr. Shearer, #UpstateVet, and our friends at #CherokeeAnimalCareClinic who treat our wildlife rehab guests like #Gladys the groundhog (pictured looking VERY comfortable).

I’m so proud to manage this incredible shelter and very thankful to Harold for entrusting me with something so precious, and to you all for being such wonderful supporters. Thank you for all the birthday wishes and monetary/in kind donations to #Catman2!

With deep gratitude,
Kaleb 💖

I just wanted to thank everyone who watched our Live Virtual Tour on Sunday. If you missed it, you can still watch it in our videos! And thank you all who donated to my birthday fundraiser on FB. I set the goal for $500 because I know so many folks are struggling right now and didn’t want to seem flippant about that. Y’all absolutely floored me by raising over $3,400 for Catman2 in 24 hours. I’m so so so grateful for the support of our small but mighty rescue. Whether you donate $3 or $300, every little bit counts and helps us help kitties and critters in need. You can rest assured that we are an ethical organization and these funds will be used for veterinary care from our wonderful vets at Sylva Animal Hospital and occasionally specialist vets like Dr. Shearer, Upstate Vet, and our friends at Cherokee Animal Care Clinic who treat our wildlife rehab guests like Gladys the groundhog (pictured looking VERY comfortable). I’m so proud to manage this incredible shelter and very thankful to Harold for entrusting me with something so precious, and to you all for being such wonderful supporters. Thank you for all the birthday wishes and monetary/in kind donations to Catman2!
With deep gratitude,
Kaleb 💖

"What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things."In this master engraving, Albrecht Dürer—born #onthisday ...
05/21/2020

"What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things."

In this master engraving, Albrecht Dürer—born #onthisday in 1471—captures Saint Jerome seated in a 15th-century style study. He works at a slanted writing table as his lion and dog slumber peacefully in the foreground. 💤

Repeating horizontal imagery—like the sunshine pouring through the windows or the beams running across the ceiling—creates a sense of harmony.

🎨 Albrecht Dürer (German, 1471–1528). Saint Jerome in His Study, 1514. Engraving. #MetAnywhere

[Image description: Saint Jerome, identified by his halo, sits at his desk in a cozy 15th-century study. In the foreground, a dog and a lion sleep peacefully.]

"What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things."

In this master engraving, Albrecht Dürer—born #onthisday in 1471—captures Saint Jerome seated in a 15th-century style study. He works at a slanted writing table as his lion and dog slumber peacefully in the foreground. 💤

Repeating horizontal imagery—like the sunshine pouring through the windows or the beams running across the ceiling—creates a sense of harmony.

🎨 Albrecht Dürer (German, 1471–1528). Saint Jerome in His Study, 1514. Engraving. #MetAnywhere

[Image description: Saint Jerome, identified by his halo, sits at his desk in a cozy 15th-century study. In the foreground, a dog and a lion sleep peacefully.]

We have had many calls over the past weeks about the reopening of our #Meowseum. We are busy completing our museum move ...
05/21/2020

We have had many calls over the past weeks about the reopening of our #Meowseum. We are busy completing our museum move into our brand new building. We are looking forward to the day we will be able to welcome all cat lovers back for visits with our #ARTiCat’s & #MuseumCats. The Governor has halted the opening of #Museums in his 5 week phase 2 plan to #ReOpenNC. This indeed saddens us as we do miss our guests dearly.

We are taking this time to continue re-setting the museum; making sure each & every piece of folk art, feline sculpture, antique wind up cat toy, painting, cat advertising memorabilia & more is placed lovingly in its forever home. This includes old favorites like #Paisley, the #TempleCat and #Hebony, our #MummyCat. In addition our #CatMuseum will have new displays and art installations guaranteed to entertain, inspire and educate.

Our curator thanks you for your patience and understanding during these fragile times of unknowing. The collection you find inside is his legacy and gift to everyone who loves #Cats. Dr. Sims is known as the #Catman and has dedicated his retirement life to protecting, caring, and advocating for all #HouseCats. He has given countless strays a loving forever home inside our #Catman2Shelter and each #Kitty adopted comes with a guarantee they will always be welcomed back to Catman2 due to life changes. When you enter our museum you learn the story of our shelter and the #ShelterKitties. You also are taken on a visual trip across the globe as you immerse yourself into the culture of the #Feline.

Thank You again for all those who support our cause. We await, with anticipation, the date in which we may open our museum.

www.wnccatmuseum.org
828.476.9376
[email protected]
EIN 83-2370700

http://paypal.com/us/fundraiser/charity/3587764

Aanda  HandMade
05/20/2020

Aanda HandMade

The Painted Cat
05/20/2020

The Painted Cat

I'm working on some new necklaces. I wanted to try a black and white cat with some new mica pigments that change colour from green to pink. What do you think? I rather like the effect. In one direction there's a twinkle of pink but turn it the other way there's a twinkle of green. :-)

Tomcat Cards
05/20/2020

Tomcat Cards

At times like these, family is all important. Today's offering, as well as being a great picture is our best selling Kim Haskins (Kim Haskins Art) card. It's called 'Fluffy Tabby Family' and has been working its way up the popularity chart until it became Kim's best seller for the first time during the first quarter of this year. If you haven't been on the website (www.tomcat.cards) for a while, now's a good time to take a look at all the new ranges and new artists we have for your delight. Stay safe and keep well 🙂🙃🌈

Lucie Bilodeau, Artist
05/20/2020

Lucie Bilodeau, Artist

Here's my painting "At Play". It's an oil on panel, 9 inches x 12 inches. I completed it in August 2012. It was inspired from a picture I took of a beautiful Bengal kitten at Niema Bengal (https://www.facebook.com/Niemabengals/). It was the first time I had the pleasure to create a painting of a Bengal cat.
How do you like this painting?

This painting is available as prints, throw pillows, fleece blankets, tote bags, greeting cards, phone cases, apparel and coffee mugs: https://lucie-bilodeau.pixels.com/featured/at-play-lucie-bilodeau.html

Tamsin Lord Art - Fiendish Felines & Cheeky Canines
05/20/2020

Tamsin Lord Art - Fiendish Felines & Cheeky Canines

'Cardboard Kitty Capers' by Tamsin Lord

A new painting featuring fiendish felines in their natural environment ;), hope it brings lots of smiles during these difficult times.

Take care everyone.
xx

Scott Metzger Cartoons
05/20/2020

Scott Metzger Cartoons

Congratulations to Margaret Gacki, winner of the cartoon caption contest on Patreon! I’ve seen a bunch of cartoons with some take on “curiosity killed the cat,” but testing curiosity levels is a new angle. There were some great captions posted here too. Thanks for playing, even if it wasn’t an official entry.

https://www.patreon.com/ScottMetzgerCartoons

Les chats peints de jacqueline à travers les siècles
05/20/2020

Les chats peints de jacqueline à travers les siècles

Susan HERBERT

05/19/2020
WRAL TV

Happy Tuesday #CatLovers... The #MuseumCats were searching the web again for #CatVideos and came across this inter-species conversation between a couple of #Cats and a #Deer. Thanks WRAL TV for sharing.

Deer and cat are friends? Viewer Johnnie Kessler Sexton says: "This morning, a young deer visited us and spent an hour communicating with our cat in Raleigh!!!"

#MuseumCatNewsAlert:  We just wanted to give a shout out to our shelter director and cat dad, #Kaleb.  Would you join us...
05/18/2020

#MuseumCatNewsAlert: We just wanted to give a shout out to our shelter director and cat dad, #Kaleb. Would you join us in wishing him a #HappyBirthday?

Kaleb works endless hours, tirelessly everyday, to make sure each of the #CatmansCats are shown love & care. The #ShelterKitties know they will always have a home; though always a forever home adoption is our goal. In addition to caring for the #Kitties, Kaleb has extended the reach of #Catman2 to include #Wildlife. The Small Mammal Wildlife Refuge helps injured animals recover in a safe caring environment.

The #ARTiCats at the American Museum of the House Cat are #PAWSitively extending their #Paws in gratitude and wishing many birthday blessings to our friend and one of the best #CatDad’s ever. Our Museum supports the programs & services of the Catman2 Shelter, a private no kill, cage free cat sanctuary in the mountains of #WNC.

http://paypal.com/us/fundraiser/charity/3587764

🎈🐾🐈🎉#HappyBirthdayKaleb🎉🐈🐾🎈

"off the mark" comic by Mark Parisi
05/18/2020

"off the mark" comic by Mark Parisi

Funky feline farms

Mary the cat artist
05/18/2020

Mary the cat artist

Ginger by the Harbour
acrylic on paper- he's enjoying his staycation with a spot of fishing.

The Fabulous Weird Trotters
05/17/2020

The Fabulous Weird Trotters

Norwegian Forest Cat. That tail though.

05/17/2020
Catman2 Shelter

Meet the #SanctuaryCats & #ShelterKitties today as #Kaleb gives you an #OnlineTour at our Catman2 Shelter. You will meet #MrIzzy, #Allison, #Creamsickle, #MissKitty, #Grayson #Dixie & more...

Learn more about the shelter program & services by visiting both our websites and our other sister pages like Taawwd & Gretchen the Groundhog.

www.catman2.org
www.wnccatmuseum.org

VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE PART DEUX

05/17/2020
Catman2 Shelter

The #Virtual #OpenHouse for #Catman2 began at noon. Join us, as Kaleb, our shelter manager, introduces you to our #ShelterKitties, #Astrid, #ChessieCheese, Taawwd, and some of our #Wildlife #Groundhog residents.

Stay Tuned as Part Two is coming up!

Virtual Open House Part 1! Hiiiiii 💗

The Foundation For Homeless Cats
05/16/2020

The Foundation For Homeless Cats

In honor of #Caturday, we have a new #Painting from Pania Brown Artworks of #Reggie to share with you.  We believe he ap...
05/16/2020

In honor of #Caturday, we have a new #Painting from Pania Brown Artworks of #Reggie to share with you. We believe he approves of his #WatercolourDrawing!

Harriet Bevan Art
05/15/2020

Harriet Bevan Art

I think she's done. Loved drawing Puss Wilkinson, such a gorgeous girl and I got to include paws! I used Albrecht Durer, Luminance, Lightfast pencils, plus a Procolour ivory black, on pastelmat, A4. Client's reference used

New Animalbook
05/15/2020

New Animalbook

Cat Swag
05/15/2020

Cat Swag

Hey #CatLovers, there’s still time to send your video in for the Quarantine Cat Film Fest.  We just heard about this new...
05/15/2020
Calling all feline friends: Adorable home videos wanted for 'Quarantine Cat Film Festival'

Hey #CatLovers, there’s still time to send your video in for the Quarantine Cat Film Fest. We just heard about this new 70 minute feature being released June 19th in virtual theaters.

Videos must be submitted by May 19 and must adhere to the following guidelines, per the website:

• Two GB limit per video
• Up to three videos per household
• Maximum length of 30 seconds per video
• No music playing

https://abc3340.com/news/offbeat/calling-all-feline-friends-adorable-home-videos-wanted-for-quarantine-cat-film-festival

For a List of #ParticipatingTheater’s across the US and instructions of how to #SubmitYourVideo please click here:
https://rowhouse.online/cats/

#CatVideos #QuarantineCatFilmFest #Cats

WASHINGTON (SBG) – Do you have the most a-meow-zing and adorable cat out there? Now is your chance to prove it. The "Quarantine Cat Film Festival" will be hitting virtual theaters across the U. S. on June 19, 2020, and your furry feline friend could be one of the stars! The 70-minute film will...

Cat Art
05/15/2020

Cat Art

Louis Wain

Blue Ridge Parkway
05/15/2020

Blue Ridge Parkway

Masters of the social distancing game, Bobcat (lynx rufus), live a largely solitary existence. So reclusive that old-time settlers called them "woods ghosts", bobcats only gather with others during mating and when mothers are caring for young in the den.

When out on the Parkway we want to remind visitors to channel their inner bobcat by:

🐾 Leaving no trace behind of your visit ("woods ghost" style)

🐾 Choose locations that are less visited than others (if you come to a full parking area, pick a different spot)

🐾 Visit during the least busy times of days (get crepuscular - by visiting early in the morning or later in the afternoon)

Image Description: A bobcat crouches in the forest on a downed tree. The bobcat's fur blends in perfectly with the surrounding forest. NPS Photo: P. Hamel
#wildlifewednesday #recreateresponsibly

Pania Brown Artworks
05/14/2020

Pania Brown Artworks

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PLEASE READ...

Just finished one Commission (sorry it's a secret for now!) and ready for the next...

Do you have a Special Event coming up that an Animal Portrait would be perfect for?

Cats preferred obviously, but as you can see I also do dogs, horse, rabbits and even people, as long as there's an animal there too!

I am a fast worker (if you get in quick!), and my prices are very reasonable.

I require at least one clear photo taken in daylight so I can see the realistic colours of fur, markings, eyes etc. Sending a dozen blurry photos does not make up for one good shot!

Let me know. MESSAGE ME if you have photos you're not sure about, we can work ideas out together.

Art is a Forever Gift, and a beautiful memory X

Mary the cat artist
05/14/2020

Mary the cat artist

Some happy cats on the beach- blue skies and beach huts!

MAMA BOOTS:  THE CAT THAT LAUNCHED A CAT SHELTER AND A CAT MUSEUMby, Kay Sims Despite this fact and my intense concentra...
05/14/2020

MAMA BOOTS: THE CAT THAT LAUNCHED A CAT SHELTER AND A CAT MUSEUM
by, Kay Sims

Despite this fact and my intense concentration,
she was again able to melt into the forest
unseen. Unable to believe my eyes I searched
every bush for a glimpse of her feline form and
strained to hear a clue as to her location. I blinked,
quietly stretched, turned around, and there she
was...on the deck, eating ravenously from the
food dish, but watching me at the same time. Her
departure, again, was as mystical and ghost-like
as her arrival, reminding me of descriptions I’d
heard but not believed about the liquid movement
of African leopards.

This feline apparition had a down-to-earth
reason for her stealth and caution. She was a
homeless mother who had a hidden den of helpless
kittens to feed and protect from mountain
predators. When my husband, Hap, and I first
arrived that summer in Cashiers, our neighbors
had told us about a hungry looking cat they had
seen who was thought to have kittens. She had
been living on the porches or underneath various
empty houses in the area. When the “human”
owners arrived, she would flee, often carrying a
kitten in her mouth. Since we had pet cats and
were supposed to be the neighborhood “cat
experts,” they thought we should do something.
No one knew where she had hidden the kittens, or
if any had survived her several moves. Hap had
tried to follow her several times, hoping she would
go to her den but she always led him out in the
woods somewhere and then disappeared into the
heavy vegetation. We had begun to put out each
morning a large bowl of dry food on a deck we
had built in the woods. Our hope was that she
would feel more comfortable eating there than
near the house where the risk of disturbance was greater.

After my first sighting of Mama Boots, as we
decided to call her, Hap or I would often go to the
deck, sit quietly until she approached, and then
talk softly to her as she ate. Eventually she came
close enough for me to touch her head and offer
her special culinary treats such as tuna fish. When
she had learned to tolerate our presence on the
deck, we began to move the food dish closer to
our house each day until she was eating on the
front porch. But she would never linger after dinner. As soon as she had cleaned her face and paws, she would scamper away as if urgent business awaited her. Then later on, she would return again for another meal.

One morning Mama arrived and began to
meow insistently. When Hap went outside, she
became quite agitated, crying and making little
jumps as if she wanted him to follow her. She led
him through the forest, looking back often to be
sure, he was still with her. Finally, they approached
a section of galvanized pipe approximately eight
inches in diameter. It was located near a neighbor’s
house and had probably been thrown into
the bushes by a construction worker.

Mama stopped dramatically as if to say, “Wait ‘til you see what I have to show you!” She trilled softly and out came four tiny kittens who then lined up behind her with military precision. The homeowners brought out a box in which the kittens were placed, all under Mama’s supervision, of course. She seemed to be relieved as she followed us on the return trip carrying her family in the box. She had decided to trust us and apparently had appointed us guardians of her litter.

She used our house cats’ litter box herself, perhaps
demonstrating to her kitten’s proper social behavior in a human dwelling. After letting them nurse, she went to the door, asked to be let out, and disappeared. We didn’t expect to see her again, but she surprised us, returning regularly to nurse. During these visits she would often sit on Hap’s lap and lick his face as if thanking him for all his help when she was in need. We suspected that
she was smart enough to know her babies were
growing too rapidly to remain in the pipe but
could not survive outside due to the dogs and
other predators nearby. She had set out to find
help and did so!

We had planned a long trip that summer and couldn’t continue to care for them all - but then we couldn’t just go off and leave them. The only shelter was the county animal shelter and they had no way to care for mother cats with kittens. Nor did they have the space to keep the kittens until they were old enough to adopt. If we took them all there, the only thing they could do was to euthanize the kittens and hope somebody would adopt Mama Boots. That was not an option.

There was only one Vet. in the area and she was in Highlands. So, Amy took Mana and her kittens but said she would have to test the mother to learn if she has feline leukemia, a disease we
knew nothing about at the time. If she had it, they would all have to be euthanized because at that time there was no cure. So, there was not much else we could do but to go on with our plans, leave the little family with Amy, and hope for the best. We didn’t want to have five cats to care for at that time in our life and knew of no way to find homes for them.

The next day we went off on our trip with the promise that we could keep in touch with Amy so we could learn the results of the test. For some reason the result took several days. We finally learned the outcome was good and everybody was safe. Soon, Amy was able to find a couple who owned a large estate up in the mountains and they agreed to find them homes. In time they found homes for three of the kittens but ended up keeping Mama and one kitten for themselves.

It was hard finding homes for cats back in those days, because there were a lot of people trying to do the same. And, to make matters worse, some of the summer residents left their “summer-time” cats behind when they went back home.

Mama slowly transferred her affection from Hap to her new owner’s husband, she accompanied him everywhere riding on one of the many tractors he used to do his various chores around their large estate. In her spare time, Mama had such a strong maternal instinct that, even after being spayed, she helped raise seven orphaned litters, teaching them to hunt and to master other feline skills. When her most beloved friend died, she mourned his passing for many weeks by just sitting on his tractor’s seat hopping he would someday return to her. But being an adaptable feline, she finally decided that life must go on and she chose to become an indoor cat and a bird watcher and went to live with her deceased master’s wife inside their beautiful home on the top of a hill that had a 360-degree view of the surrounding mountains.

Mama was a clever and fortunate cat who had moved from “rags to riches.”

It wasn’t long after we returned from our trip that Hap started thinking about opening a cat shelter of his own and the rest is history.

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Sylva, NC
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Inside the American Museum of the House Cat you will trace the history of the house cat through the centuries. Ailurophile’s, or Cat Lovers, are fascinated and overjoyed upon entering. You will be introduced to Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables in this private multi media art collection. Let your eyes take you on a visual journey as you absorb the History of the Domesticated Feline as it travels the globe. From World Geography to how the Cat is used in modern day Advertising and Marketing, our docents will amaze you with stories and facts of how cats came to America.

The ARTiCats you will meet include Vintage Carousel Cats, the Chessie Cats of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, and more. Yes, even Cartoon Cats make an appearance at the Museum of the House Cat. Our Museum Cats take on a life of their own inside the walls and you, our guest will want to revisit often as our collection changes and grows. We are a gallery for anyone who loves education, history, art history, and of course cats.

Our Museum holds another purpose in that it serves to educate the public about the care and welfare of Shelter Cats. Our Curator, Dr. Harold Sims, has dedicated his retirement years as an advocate for the Stray, Abandoned, Feral Cats of Jackson County, North Carolina. He began rescuing cats in the mid 1990’s and in 2002 opened the Catman2 Shelter, Western North Carolina’s largest No Kill, Cage Free, open concept Cat’s Only Shelter. The Catman, as the locals know him, is a humanitarian of animal rights. The shelter has taken in and adopted more than 4000 cats over the years. In 2017, working with Catman2 Inc, the Jackson County Animal Shelter successfully achieved the rank of a no kill shelter for cats as no healthy adoptable cats were put to sleep in the county shelter.

It is the mission of the American Museum of the House Cat to one day fund the Catman2 Shelter. Both the Museum and the Shelter are Non Profit 501(c)3 Organizations under Catman2, Inc. The museum is open yearly from April 1st to December 31st. During the operating season hours the museum is open are as follows: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00am - 5:00 pm and Sunday 12:00pm - 5:00pm. Tours of the museum last approximately and hour. The last guided tours each day begin at 4:00pm. Those coming in after 4:30pm to tour the museum will receive an abbreviated tour. During our off season, in the winter months of January, February and March, Private Tours are available by appointment only with a 48 hour notice. There will be No Saturday Tours in the Winter. Funds collected by the museum in the form of admission tickets and sales made through our Tabby Cat Souvenir Shop go directly to support the Catman2 Shelter after museum costs are met each month.

You Can Become A Patron of Our Museum or A Volunteer Museum Docent - Learn More by Calling 828.476.9376

Your Support Matters! You can become a supporter of the American Museum of the House Cat and the Catman2 Shelter. Would you like to become a Volunteer with the Museum? We are searching for the right individuals to become Volunteer Docents. Please contact us for more information about donations and volunteer opportunities. Visit our website for more information about membership opportunities and ways you can donate.

Hours Of Operation: Open Yearly April 1st - December 31st Tuesday - Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm Closed Each Monday Closed Thanksgiving Day Closed Christmas Day

2018 Admission: $7.50 - Adults $2.00 - Children Aged 6-12 Years FREE - Toddlers Under 6 Years and Babies

www.catman2.org | www.wnccatmuseum.org https://www.paypal.com/us/fundraiser/112574644767835624/charity/3587764

Please wont you consider helping cover the costs of Scooby’s Move to his Adopted home? The American Museum of the House Cat, including the MuseumCats and ARTiCats are asking Cat Lovers to help with the moving costs and expenses to relocate Scooby Doo. You can contribute through this link: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=E36SS1nAclLepx-xNLCvgLUvvaFD-OQV4XYs-CkvKVxrsXDYE0odqOeTdAl3hfAtrp7zOW&country.x=US&locale.x=US

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Merry Catsmas Everyone from PANIA BROWN ARTWORKS ###
Mazie asleep on the guest towels. I am fortunate to have so many wonderful muses to draw and to hear their stories...Mazie was found in a parking lot and ran up to her soon-to-be owner meowing. She now has a safe, comfortable home (as you can see). :)
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This is Barlowe L. Coulter, who was rescued on February 23,, 2019 from the Jackson County (NC) Animal Shelter, and his uncle, Samuel L. Coulter, who was adopted from #CatMan2 in August 2011.
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