She was given special treatment because she was about to have kittens. Her name is Miss Piggy Pinknose. She earned the name by finding and tearing into every bag of cat food I brought home. I had to hide it from her. She even knows how to open cabinet doors. Miss Piggy’s fur is short cropped and feels like luscious mink. The painting is oil on an 8″x 10″ canvas. It is gallery wrapped and ready to hang.
Oil on 6″ X 6″ Raymar Canvas Board $45.00
When organizing my work area I find it helps to have a “thing box.” I also have found that a few of my cats love to curl up in boxes. This kitten was found in my alley, lost and full of fleas. It took months of care to bring her back to health and rid her of a flea infestation. She became my best friend. I was smitten by a flea bitten kitten. Along with her, Miss Piggy Pinknose had two kittens about the same age. One of them looks so much like this one I am going to assume they have the same father. I couldn’t tell them apart.
“You found me!”
This is my black Kitty named “Dusty Diamond” He was hiding in a paper bag. ( Painting is SOLD)