Feline Inspection and Quality Control

three black cats with printed cards

Mewsette, Giuseppe and Jelly Bean inspect each card.

In case you have any doubt of the quality of anything I produce in my studio, meet the feline inspection team. They were part of my post yesterday about the cards they are inspecting, but because they do such a good job of critiquing and inspecting my work and products, I thought they deserved their own post. I will just say that they don’t hesitate to be honest about their opinions.

As you can see by their expressions in the photo below, something is apparently dreadfully wrong…

three black cats looking at cards

"These cats are all covered with funny markings," say the three perfect black cats.

…I determined later, their apparent disapproval had to do with the fact that the cats depicted were covered with odd lines and marks on their faces, not the perfect solid black of the trio. I reminded them of their buddy Dickie, a tabby cat who we fostered for a year, and all was once again in order.

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One Comment on “Feline Inspection and Quality Control”

  1. Great title! I love black cats. I’ve rescued/adopted 4 that were all black. Too bad for the black cat superstition thing those people are missing out.


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