This is an alternate cover for ‘A Cat May Look‘, the story of Tim. Tim is a Shifter, a were-person – and he tends to keep quiet about it. Mostly because he isn’t a werewolf, or a were-jaguar, or anything cool. No, he’s a were-domestic cat. Nothing wrong with that, right? But not exactly glamorous, just the same. So when he gets a huge crush on his next-door-neighbour, he doesn’t exactly spread the news around. Which makes it a little difficult when a witch puts a spell on him that has him stuck in his were-form, as Tibbles…
This cover uses the Canva element I’m currently infatuated with – plus a Creative Commons image from Trevor Leyenhorst, https://www.flickr.com/photos/10213764@N02/ under licence https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/
I have neither excuse nor reason for this post. Except that this image by Ronald Searle, public domain via Wikimedia Commons, was so adorable I just wanted to share it with other pussy lovers. It made me think of ‘I Am A Cat’, by Natsume Sōseki. Which I must get back to reading. It’s not gonna finish itself.
My brother and his wife have had two cats, Bonnie and Clyde, for eight years. In addition, they have always put out food for any strays who venture into the yard. One of those had such remarkable coloring that they gave him a name – Pierre, after Pierre Bezukhov (“earless”), a character in “War and…
via Two Rescued Cats Join a Happy Family — Katzenworld
Cats are always cool. But cats with literary names are even cooler.
Since I began blogging this past year, it’s been such a joy to discover cat inspired artwork all over the world. I am amazed every day by the unending inspiration that the feline form (and temperament!) provides. Although I love so much of the art I find, certain cat artists quickly became favorites – and…
via 8 of Kitty Curator’s Favorite Cat Artists — Katzenworld
How adorable are these? I need a cat. I also need a print (or preferably an original) by every single one of these incredibly talented artists.
The Christmas Mansion by Hollis Shiloh
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Three point five. Nice attraction between the MCs, and an interesting combo of house restoration and magic!
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Image – Andy Miccone on Flickr, public domain.
When he refers to ‘the cat down the road’, does he mean a literal cat? Or just A GUY?