The cat collector or Kat-a-log part 26

It’s celebration time!

Welcome back cat lovers! Another day and another group of cats that needs introducing! Our celebration continues and we are having a meow time of our lives! Olympia is sending her best wishes and her hello’s as well. She is incredibly humbled by all your comments, views and shares on Facebook and she is hoping that she is choosing the best pictures to portray each kitten.

If you’d like to view the previous entries, here are the links. We know the list is getting longer and longer but this is what our project is all about. So many countries, so many cats and  so many blog entries! We have been collecting cat figurines for a decade now so we have a lot of things to write about.

Kat-a-log Part 1: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/08/27/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-1/
Kat-a-log Part 2: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-2/
Kat-a-log Part 3: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/09/10/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-3/
Kat-a-log Part 4: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/11/14/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-4/
Kat-a-log Part 5: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/11/16/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-5/
Kat-a-log Part 6: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/12/03/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-6/
Kat-a-log Part 7: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/12/19/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-7/
Kat-a-log Part 8: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/01/02/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-8/
Kat-a-log Part 9: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/01/06/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-9/
Kat-a-log Part 10: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/02/14/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-10/
Kat-a-log Part 11: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/02/28/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-11/
Kat-a-log Part 12: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/03/19/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-12/
Kat-a-log Part 13: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/04/08/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-13/
Kat-a-log Part 14: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-14/
Kat-a-log Part 15: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/06/23/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-15/
Kat-a-log Part 16: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/06/29/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-16/
Kat-a-log Part 17: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/07/29/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-17/
Kat-a-log Part 18: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/08/22/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-18/
Kat-a-log Part 19: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/12/14/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-19/
Kat-a-log Part 20: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/12/24/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-20/
Kat-a-log Part 21: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2014/02/28/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-21/
Kat-a-log Part 22: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2014/04/07/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-22/
Kat-a-log Part 23: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2014/04/25/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-23/
Kat-a-log Part 24: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2014/07/18/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-24/
Kat-a-log Part 25: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2014/09/29/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-25/

This week is a bit special as we have included two hand made kittens that normally would ‘t be included into Kat-a-log. Please read on  – the stories are amazing and worth being recorded!

Kat-a-log Feline no. 116
Three
sides of a cat: Looking grumpy, Two heads are better than one and How to disappear
Country of origin: made in the UK and bought in Shannon, Ireland – given as a gift in September 2014

Grumpy cat with a mouse – this is an official name for this beautiful kitten sculpted and made by Oak apple Designs. Oak apple team is a small family run business located in Sheffield, UK that specializes in manufacture and production of mould making and resin casting. They are the only company in England with an unique permission from the Deans and Chapters of the cathedrals to take copies of magnificent ecclesiastical carvings that can be found on altars, pulpits, sculptures and choral stalls.

Our kitten is 8 cm tall (3 inches) tall and its serial number is SKU-oak-159. It is a part of  Church mouse and cat series. This figurine has been produced in the UK  but was bought in Shannon, Ireland in a local parish gift shop by Erin, Rita’s colleague from work. You can buy your own copy through Oak apple Design website – it will cost you about 12 pounds.

Entire gallery can be seen here:
http://www.oakappledesigns.com/Church_Cat_with_Mouse_-_Reproduction_Carving_-_Cat_Ornament/p645787_5265580.aspx
Oak apple Designs on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Oakapple-Designs-Ltd/295400887221453?ref=br_tf

Now let’s listen to what the artist has to say about this particular kitten:
“This brand new addition is known as the Church Cat with Mouse. All churches and Cathedrals have mice just like the ones we produce but not all the Vicars and Vergers like them as much as we do, and so the Church Cat was brought in to catch them. However apart from the odd stray here and there, this cat does not catch many, in fact he’s good friends with most of them. The Vicar of the church is not too happy with this cat’s performance as a mouse catcher and as you can see this is a sad and grumpy looking cat with not too much to be pleased about living in the church. He’s hoping for better things in life and a new home away from the Church, he prays for your help. Could you be his saviour and new keeper? ”

Looking grumpy

Looking grumpy

Two heads are better than one

Two heads are better than one

How to disappear

How to disappear

Kat-a-log Feline no. 117
Three
sides of a cat: Decorating cars, Is it Christmas yet? and Hanging by the gate
Country of origin: UK, bought as a holiday souvenir in July 2013

Not much is known about Kat-a-log kitten number 117. It was bought by a family member as a gift during his holiday stay near Widemouth Bay in Cornwall in July 2013.  There was no sign or a card and we don’t know who made this very unusual cat. Maybe it was some local artisan who sold his or her creation to a beach souvenir store? Maybe it has been made in a factory somewhere else and then imported to the UK as a home decoration item? If you could help us – we would be very grateful for any information.

As you can see, this is not a figurine but a hanging decoration in a shape of a cat. It has a metal handle decorated with a bow, a wooden frame filled with a fabric and a small wooden mouse that is attached to the frame with a spring. Olympia hung the cat in the kitchen where it can be admired by the visitors.

Widemouth Bay on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Widemouth_Bay

Decorating cars

Decorating cars

Is it Christmas yet?

Is it Christmas yet?

Hanging by the gate

Hanging by the gate

Kat-a-log Feline no. 118
Three
sides of a cat: Chasing swans, Marina guardians and Gimme a fish!
Official names: Mel and Issa
Country of origin:
UK, made by Rita in August 2013

Mel (the bigger cat) and Issa (the small one on top of Mel’s head) have been made by Rita using self drying clay, glue, silver metal artistic chain, metal beads and acrylic paints. The figurine was a present to Olympia after she complained that Rita has been selling her cat figures to others but hasn’t made one for Kat-a-log yet.  It took Rita nearly 4 days to complete this figure and it is very heavy  – almost half a kilogram of a kitten!

The photo-shoot was taken in Diglis Marina in Worcester: http://www.bwml.co.uk/marinas/diglis_basin_marina

Chasing swans

Chasing swans

Marina guardians

Marina guardians

Gimme a fish!

Gimme a fish!

Kat-a-log Feline no. 119
Three
sides of a cat: Riding a boat, Welcome to the Cafe and Breakfast on the water
Country of origin:
UK, bought in Hereford and painted by Rita in August 2013

Kat-a-log feline number 119 has been given to Olympia as a gift at the same time as Mal and Issa. The figurine made from papier-mâché was originally purchased by Rita’s friends in Hobby Craft in Hereford and then given to her as they didn’t know what exactly to do it with. Instead of using it for decoupage (an art of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cutouts onto it in combination with special paint effects and gold leaf ), Rita decided to paint it with blackboard paint turning the cat into an artistic surface.  You can now use a colorful chalk to paint on the cat! Chalk can be removed by a wet cloth and you can start decorating the cat again!

We kindly were allowed to photograph the kitten at lovely Cafe  Afloat – a true cafe on a real boat!
Official site: http://cafeafloat.withtank.com/

Riding a boat

Riding a boat

Welcome to the Cafe

Welcome to the Cafe

Breakfast on the water

Breakfast on the water

You can buy the paper mache figurine at Hobby Craft using the following link:
http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/mache-extra-small-walking-cat/563824-1011

The basic paper mache cat made for Hobby Craft

The basic paper mache cat made for Hobby Craft

Kat-a-log Feline no. 120
Three
sides of a cat: National Trust treasure, Tintern Abbey has a cat and Beauty shot
Country of origin:
Tintern Abbey in Wales, November 2013

Tintern Abbey, a picturesque ruin of the Cistercian monastery is located in the village of Tintern at the boarder between Wales and Gloucestershire. Founded by the  powerful de Clare family in 1136, this gargantuan church has been destroyed after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1536 on orders of King Henry VIII.

Kat-a-log is not really a history lessons so we will skip all the highly interesting architectural details but we are planning on writing a full blog for One Castle a Day column pretty soon. The ruins are now under the protection of CADW (Welsh equivalent of  National Trust) and we have visited this extraordinary site in November 2013.

A visit to Tintern Abbey store ended in adopting a super-cute looking kitten made entirely of fabric and decorated with sequins and  golden trimmings. Sadly, we have not a clue who made this cat. There was  just as short note on the packaging saying that the cat was produced locally and the store assistants could not name the artist. If you have any information, please contact us as we would like to give proper copyrights to the maker!

Tintern Abbey official page: http://cadw.wales.gov.uk/daysout/tinternabbey/?lang=en
Tintern Abbey store: http://www.tinternvillage.co.uk/shop/tintern-abbey-shop/

National Trust Cat

National Trust treasure

Tintern Abbey has a cat

Tintern Abbey has a cat

Beauty shot

Beauty shot

Kat-a-log Feline no. 121
Three
sides of a cat: Green and crazy, Visit to the Well Cottage and This building belongs to me
Country of origin: Sydney
, Australia  – bought as a gift in March 2014

If you are looking for crazy cat stories, here is one of them. It could only happen to people like us – a very bonkers family of three ladies behind the Kat-a-log project!

Last year, Rita has been working with a lovely lady named Tracey. Her brother Mark sometimes would come to the office around closing time to help with moving the heavy equipment around (believe us, a server can weigh nearly 30 kilograms).  Rita would often make Mark a tea and a coffee and one day just before Rita changed the jobs, he said that he owned her something for the hospitality. Rita asked him to bring her a cat if he ever goes to some exotic or interesting place. Mark kept his word when he went to visit Australia with his fiancee in March 2014. The colorful metal cat is actually a light holder and it has been purchased at the art market in Sydney. Then he traveled to resort town named Ulladulla for a a 7 days stay (aboriginal for Safe Harbour) and wandered alongside the coast until he reached Melbourne.  Fantastic road trip!

The journey finally ended in Poland and the kitten now is proudly hanging from the kitchen lamp. Sadly, we don’t know the name of the artist, but we will keep on looking!

Green and crazy

Green and crazy

Visit to the Well Cottage

Visit to the Well Cottage

This building belongs to me

This building belongs to me

Kat-a-log Feline no. 122
Two
sides of a cat: Elegance in clay and Fine cat indeed
Country of origin:
UK, Worcester given as a gift in February 2014

Kat-a-log kitten number 122 is not a figurine but a decorative tile made of clay. This beautiful hand sculpted piece has been made by acclaimed artist Philippa Threlfall and was given to Rita by Eva, her colleague from work as a good bye gift when Rita was changing her job in February 2014. It has been purchased from The Commandery museum store in Worcester during a group day out to celebrate  a change of management 🙂

Educated at Cardiff College of Art, Phillipa and her partner, Kennedy Collings have been working together since 1960’s and completed over 100 huge ceramic and stone murals all over the UK and oversees. They are also owners of  Black Dog of Wells, an art business specializing in terracotta tiles named after the Blacke Dogge, an ancient cider house in Somerset.

Elegance in clay

Elegance in clay

Fine cat indeed

Fine cat indeed

The fine cat comes with a message from the artist - Philippa Threlfall

The fine cat comes with a message from the artist – Philippa Threlfall

Philippa Threlfall official site: http://www.philippathrelfall.com/

Picture of terracotta artwork by Philippa Threlfall

Picture of terracotta artwork by Philippa Threlfall

You can order your own copy here: 
http://www.blackdogofwells.com/cats_and_do/tile011_fine_cat.html?sid=01b79d3a872b8fa3cf280eeb8e5acb27&catid=1001#

Kat-a-log Feline no. 123
Three
sides of a cat:  Dinner is served,  A true lady and Simply stunning
Country of origin:
UK, given as a gift in March 2013

The last kitten in this edition of Kat-a-log is something very unique. White, elegant and timeless, this kitten is actually a small clock made by William Widdop. Widdop Bingham was founded by William Widdop in Brighouse in 1883 as a retail jewelers and watchmakers. The company quickly rose from its humble beginnings to becoming one of the leading wholesalers of gift-ware, baby gifts, wedding gifts and other fancy goods.

Rita has received this clock from a friend (who would like to remain anonymous) after her trip to Oxford in March 2013. We have been allowed to photograph this truly ladylike kitten inside the Castle House Hotel in Hereford.

Widdop Bingham official page: http://www.widdop.co.uk/about.aspx
Widdop Bingham on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/widdopbingham
Widdop Bingham on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WiddopBingham
Castle House Hotel official page: http://www.castlehse.co.uk/

Dinner is served

Dinner is served

A true lady

A true lady

Simply stunning

Simply stunning

There is also a black version of  the same clock. You can find it on Amazon. Please hurry up as both kitten are no longer made and you can only buy them through collector sites or on auction on Ebay.

Black cat version

Black cat version

Black cat version: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wm-Widdop-Miniature-Clock-Cat-Black/dp/B0062JYETQ

Wow! That entry took us a long time to write!
Enjoy yourselves and please return soon as we still have many tails to show you!

Have a splendid day,

All the best from
Rita, Mal and Olympia Dabrowicz

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The cat collector or Kat-a-log part 25

Kitty, kitty, kitty!

Hello cat lovers! What a beautiful day it is today! We are celebrating two years since the Kat-a-log project has been established! Balloons, chocolates and confetti are awaiting and the party will be starting off very soon. There is also another reason for us to happy – we have just reached 25th edition of Kat-a-log on Vanadian Avenue! How cool is that?

As usually, we list all previous editions right here and right now. Please feel free to scroll down and read on! Half of our collection is already photographed and described. If you are looking for heart warming stories and cat pictures – this is a perfect place for you 🙂

Kat-a-log Part 1: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/08/27/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-1/
Kat-a-log Part 2: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-2/
Kat-a-log Part 3: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/09/10/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-3/
Kat-a-log Part 4: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/11/14/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-4/
Kat-a-log Part 5: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/11/16/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-5/
Kat-a-log Part 6: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/12/03/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-6/
Kat-a-log Part 7: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2012/12/19/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-7/
Kat-a-log Part 8: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/01/02/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-8/
Kat-a-log Part 9: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/01/06/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-9/
Kat-a-log Part 10: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/02/14/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-10/
Kat-a-log Part 11: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/02/28/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-11/
Kat-a-log Part 12: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/03/19/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-12/
Kat-a-log Part 13: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/04/08/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-13/
Kat-a-log Part 14: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-14/
Kat-a-log Part 15: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/06/23/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-15/
Kat-a-log Part 16: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/06/29/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-16/
Kat-a-log Part 17: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/07/29/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-17/
Kat-a-log Part 18: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/08/22/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-18/
Kat-a-log Part 19: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/12/14/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-19/
Kat-a-log Part 20: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2013/12/24/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-20/
Kat-a-log Part 21: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2014/02/28/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-21/
Kat-a-log Part 22: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2014/04/07/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-22/
Kat-a-log Part 23: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2014/04/25/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-23/
Kat-a-log Part 24: https://cocamidemea.wordpress.com/2014/07/18/the-cat-collector-or-kat-a-log-part-24/

Our readers are our biggest treasure. We have received many different tips and leads from them and we are truly grateful for every comment or piece of information. Kat-a-log would never be as good as it is now without your input, so please don’t hesitate to contact us. The best way to reach us is to send an email to Rdabrowicz@yahoo.com

All right, here come the newest additions to Olympia’s catilicious collection. Let’s give them a big cheer!

Kat-a-log Feline no.111
Three sides of a cat: What did you say??, Thinking hard and Won’t tell a soul
Official name: Say No Evil
Country of origin: Indonesia, given as a gift in 2013, Hereford UK

Hand carved from a piece of acacia tree, this sitting cat was given to Rita by a friend in January 2013 who no longer wanted it. Apparently it was a late Christmas gift and to make things even worse – a completely unwanted one as well.  The figurine is  about 12 cm tall, very light,  polished and  painted. At the beginning, we didn’t know much about it, but the cat’s pose was very interesting. Looking visibly stressed, the feline is putting its paws to the mouth, almost like it is refusing to speak.  This is a typical pose for Iwazaru, one of the Three Wise Monkeys from Japanese tradition.  Olympia embarked on a quest to learn more about this figurine but for a long period of time, she was not successful. And then, a breakthrough happened!  Scrolling through hundreds of items on Amazon and Ebay, Olympia noticed a similar looking three figurine set from Landon Tyler Natural Interiors, a popular British  wholesaler specializing in gift-ware imported from Indonesia and Africa. Bull’s eye! Say hello to cat equivalent of Iwazaru – the Say No Evil kitten!

Three Wise Monkeys on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_wise_monkeys

What did you say??

What did you say??

Thinking hard

Thinking hard

Won't tell a soul

Won’t tell a soul

Kat-a-log Feline no.112
Three sides of a cat: Libraries can give you a headache, Red Alert! and The world is too loud
Official name: Hear No Evil
Country of origin: Indonesia, bought online in 2013

Once Olympia learnt that the Kat-a-log kitten number 111 was not a separate figurine but a part of a set, she was working hard to locate the two other missing cats. It wasn’t an easy task as the set has been released nearly 6 years ago and it is now hard to find. We had a bit of luck and Hear No Evil kitten has been found in July 2013 on Amazon. A week later, the cat arrived in Worcester and Rita took it to Hive, the biggest library in town for a photo session. We had a great time taking pictures there! The Second cat in the set is cat equivalent of Kikazaru, a monkey that covers the ears not to hear all evil things people are talking about.

Libraries can give you a headache

Libraries can give you a headache

Red Alert!

Red Alert!

The world is too loud

The world is too loud

Kat-a-log Feline no.113
Three sides of a cat: Nothing to see here, Blinded by the sun and Refusing to look
Official name: Speak No Evil
Country of origin: Indonesia, bought in 2013

The third and final cat has been found in October 2013 in a charity store in Cheltenham. It has been abandoned by previous owners and needed a new home. Rita found it by accident on her way from the hospital and thought it was her lucky day! The kitten is a bit damaged (the paint on the base and around left ear is slightly peeling off) but with a lot of care and proper conservation, it was well preserved and now leads a good life on a shelf in the living room. This is the cat equivalent of Mizaru, the monkey covering its eyes.

We don’t have a picture of all three cats together as they arrived at different times, but next time we are in Poland, the picture shall be taken. Also, Landon Tyler do not have an official website or Facebook profile, but their collections are easily available from  the gift-ware and home ware stores.

If you’d like to own an older version of the set (released around 2005) described here, please use the link below.
The set is quite rare these days but you can still find it in stores.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wooden-Decorative-Ornament-Evil-Speak/dp/B004CRMFS2

Nothing to see here

Nothing to see here

Blinded by the sun

Blinded by the sun

Refusing to look

Refusing to look

Kat-a-log Feline no.114
Two sides of a cat: Sparkle, sparkle and Fashion accessory
Country of origin: China, bought in the UK in April 2013

Extremely popular 3D Pointiage crystal pendants have been popularized worldwide by Swarovski. Kitten number 114 has been made in China and the gems used in it are not real crystals, but it truly doesn’t matter! Every cat is cool and they all can find their own place in Kat-a-log.  This is a key ring pendant with two moving parts: the hear and the body. Rita bought it in Worcester as an Easter gift for Malicia and this sweet creature has been shipped to Malta. Sadly we don’t know who made this cat as the store owners had absolutely no idea! Please let us know if you have something similar and know the maker! Thanks in advance.

The cat was bought in Crown Gate Shopping Centre in Worcester from a small fashion and handbag stand on Angel Walk.
Official website: http://crowngate-worcester.co.uk/friary-walk/

Skarkle, sparkle

Sparkle, sparkle

Fashion accessory

Fashion accessory

Kat-a-log Feline no.115
Two sides of a cat: I know,  I’m cute and  Magnetic personality
Country of origin: China, bought in 2013 in Birmingham

Do you want to support a noble cause? Do you want to adopt a cat? Do you like cute, little things that make your house all neat and beautiful? If you answered YES three times – welcome to the club!  Mal and Rita just cannot walk past a charitable event without getting involved or at least supporting it. If we would, then this  beautiful kitten would never make it into Olympia’s collection! Last year was not very good for Rita as she was struggling with thyroid problems and had to have an operation. She was flying back and forth between Poland and UK, and the closest airport to her is in Birmingham. Returning from the operation, she stopped at New Street Shopping Centre where she found a Wind Horse Gift Shop.

WindHorse started in 1980 as a market store and grew quickly. Today the company hires more than 100 people and are  one of the biggest importers of gift ware from Asia, Indonesia, China and Africa. Their catalog contains over 1000 products and new items are added on  daily basis. Ethical trading is very important for the  company and they support local artisans and their communities. The cat you can see below on pictures have been made by group of artists located in central China that are collecting money for constructions of schools and  workshops in rural parts of the country. Each sold item helps to fund those goals.

Please visit their website and help today!
http://windhorse.biz/cat/ethics/

I know I'm cute

I know,  I’m cute

Magnetic personality

Magnetic personality

All right kittens!  The celebration continues tomorrow as we have so many new kittens to show you! Have fun and please come back as soon as possible!

Have a good day,
xxxx
Olympia, Rita and Mal Dabrowicz