Time for some cinema cats!!!!
Monday, July 28, 2014
Thursday, July 17, 2014
WANT! WANT! WANT!
So I found this amazing shop on ETSY called CatastrophiCreations who are makers of some of the grooviest cat furniture ever!
Along with some very functional, affordable, and quality cat shelves, play sets, and bridges they have created this purr-fect water fountain.
I love this! And yes the price tag is up there but I think considering it is handmade and so creative, that is is worth the price!
I will have to sell lots of cat toys to get one of these for Mischa and Sammy. But then maybe Santa will bring them one since they are so good :)
Be sure to check out this wonderful shop for fun functional cat furniture.
Monday, July 7, 2014
Sunday, June 29, 2014
Starting in about a week I will be working my new job as Sanctuary Manager at Feline Rescue of Northern Nevada. HURRAH!!!!
This is a dream job for me. I have always admired people who found work doing something they love. And now I will be one of them.
Brooksie at FRoNN
I will still be making toys and painting ..... most likely more inspired because of my new employment.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Our shop is closed as we prepare for the Nevada Humane Society All Things Cat Convention on June 28th!
We will have LOTS and LOTS of our toys and Stacey's paintings for sale and as always will be donating a portion of our proceeds to help cat in need.
Come spend some time in a ballroom full of cats and cat things and cat people! MEOW!
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Featured in this post of Cat Art is artist Jazzberry Blue.
His work is awesome and his wide range of subjects includes cats. What is there not to love?
Jazz is a self taught artist based and born in Toronto. His work as a painter allowed him to spend his formal years living in India instead of going to school. He recently learned digital illustration by watching youtube instructional videos.
Here is some of his work....
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Sunday, June 8, 2014
Yesterday I went on a field trip with my pals to The Animal Place, a sanctuary for farmed animals. It was fantastic! Being an animal advocate and vegan I felt so "at home" surrounded by likeminded folks and inspired by the work Animal Place does.
It doesn't matter if you are vegan or not, this is a great way to spend a day for people of all ages. Connect with animals and nature.... visit Animal Place!
Here are some photos of the highlights.....
Many animals are still healing and adapting to their new freedom.
HUGE piggy snoozing away the hot afternoon.
The scary and realistic gestation crates that many farm animals have suffered in.
Nick the cow
The bonded pair of Mr. G and Jellybean
Crazy cat ladies go to the birds! Susan (with the hat) and I holding rescued pigeons.
Chicken feeding station
The area the chickens enjoying their dignified new lives.