Cats Painted In Watercolor Day 30 September 2016

Cats Painted In Watercolor Day 30 September 2016Day 30! This completes my 30 days of cat paintings. Phew! I made it. Time to fold that laundry and clean my bathrooms. This is my sister’s cat, Ollie. She keeps my sister’s garden free of rabbits. She roams the perimeter looking for any beasts who want free veggies and attacks all who dare to enter. When you live in the desert everything is constantly trying to eat your garden. My sister is thankful to have her own garden guardian. It was a joy to paint her.

Well, back to life…back to reality. Time to get caught up on all of those chores I neglected while painting.

Thank you for your participation. I certainly enjoyed painting your fur babies!

If you want to start at the beginning check out Day 1 of cats painted in watercolor!

Cats Painted In Watercolor Day 29 September 2016

Frogs and Stars! They were named by two adorable children over at The Family Pants. A blog you should be reading if you are kind, smart, and sometimes a little silly. This family is all of those things. It will take you less than 30 seconds to fall in love with them.

You can also check out The Family Pants on Facebook if you want to see more adorable. The kids will make you smile because they say things that are hilarious and amazingly thoughtful. They are even cuter than these kittens. I swear!

Cats Painted In Watercolor Day 29 September 2016.
Frogs and Stars!


One more day and this challenge is over. I’ll be a little sad to see it go…mostly because I have about a months worth of laundry waiting to be folded. If only I could wrinkle my nose and make it fold itself and fly into our drawers. I’ll keep hoping I wake up one morning with those kind of super powers!



Cats Painted In Watercolor Day 28 September 2016

Another cat in a Christmas tree! I am sure this is a big theme for cat owners around the holidays. My cat used to knock all of the ornaments off the bottom of the tree and bat them around the living room while we were sleeping.

Cats Painted In watercolor day 28 September 2016

My mom had a cat that would knock over her tiny tree and attack the ornaments like a vicious beast. No elf was safe. It was dangerous to be made of glass too!

I’ve seen cats climbing up the tree trunk and I’ve even seen a few cats sitting on a branch near the top. I have to say, dogs are a little easier when it comes to Christmas trees. Well, unless you have a Chihuahua that decides to pee on it. Never mind, I take it back, cats and dogs can both be little devils when it comes to holiday decorating!

Here’s to all of you trying to maintain some Christmas tree dignity with cats around!


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