Fromage Being Cute

black kitten under chair

Fromage Under the Chair

Yesterday I visited with my niece-kitty Fromage, my little neonatal bottle baby from two years ago. Here she is, all grown up and acting as cute as a self-centered little black kitty can be. For some reason she chose to settle on her back under the wicker chair like this, just watching to see if anyone noticed. We did! Who could resist?

Actually, I visited Fromage’s mom, but a visit to a home where I have a relationship with the kitty also constitutes a kitty visit.

I wrote about Fromage’s rescue and subsequent bottle feeding and raising up right. Actually, she was right on the ball with a lot of things. Click here to read the articles and see the photos of her for the two months she was with me.

A Little Baby Foster Kitten

A Little Life Saved

An Update on Fromage, My Little Foster Kitty

This photo gave me an idea to play around too–after a little modification to the contrast ranges in the photo, I used the “cutout” filter to create this quick design. Neat block print or screen print!

posterized image of black cat under chair

Fromage illustration.

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Mr. Sunshine’s Whiskers

black cat with whiskers

Mr. Sunshine shows off his clean whiskers.

Mr. Sunshine has just washed his whiskers and wants to show them off to you, all shiny in the sun.

Unfortunately, I could not impress on him the need to keep still so everyone could see how beautiful they were when there were all spread out in a big fan around his face, but kitties will be kitties, especially when it comes to their best assets.

Mr. Sunshine’s long, straight whiskers never cease to amaze me, especially when he fans them out like that.

All images used on this site are copyrighted to Bernadette E. Kazmarski unless otherwise noted and may not be used without my written permission. Please ask if you are interested in purchasing one as a print, or to use in a print or internet publication.