Daily Sketch: Looking Out the WindowPosted: March 7, 2012 Filed under: animal artwork, black cats, cats, daily sketch, mimi | Tags: black cats, cat art, cat sketches, cats, charcoal sketch of cat 3 Comments
Mimi has her tail coiled in its happy curl as she observes the neighborhood activities.
Personally, I don’t see anything, but I am only a frail and helpless human.
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Yeah, our cats have always seen things I can’t. Sometimes I wish I could be inside their heads. Other times–when they run from things I can’t see–I’m grateful not to be.
I can certainly see the family resemblance. If you could see the tail twitching (or hear the chittering), I’d swear it was Donal or Angus watching a squirrel!
Amby, it’s just amazing you can see a resemblance in this loose little sketch, but all the generations of Mimi’s kittens carry some of the same traits, either the tail or the ears especially. What a legacy!