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Max--aka The Psycho Kitty--wrote a hugely pawpular column on Mousebreath that dispensed funny and wise advice to any cat who needed a life coach. At the age of 19, after a battle with hyperthyroidism and other age-related maladies he made his tripto The Bridge,...

Maggie was a sweet calico who, with her buddy Felix, were docents at the Museum of Maritime Pets in Annapolis, MD. She was a stellar Cat Scout who achieved every pawsible honor, including Cat Scout of the Year and membership in Clan of the...

Starry Night Cats The last time I was in New York City, there were only two things I absolutely had to do while I was there: Buy pastrami at Katz's to take home with me, and visit MOMA to see Starry Night by Vincent van...

was the bane of Max's existence. At the age of 16 he journeyed to The Bridge, somewhat unexpectedly. This is a 6X6" acrylic painting on inch-high gallery-wrapped canvas. I didn't know Buddah very well, so I could not incorporate objects important to him in the...

Allie tipped the scales at a whopping 4 pounds, but with all the fluff she looked much bigger. She and Raz were both Cat Scouts who hailed from Satellite Beach, Florida. Her mom was devastated when she left for The Bridge. I chose to pose Allie...

Last week, I told you the background behind the sad life of Louis Wain, a prominent turn-of-the-century artist whose cats captivated Edwardian England. As his style evolved, his cats began wearing clothes, an artistic choice that no doubt influenced the art depicted on what...

Ground Zero You'd be hard-pressed to find a rabid cat lover who hasn't been enchanted by the vintage illustrations of Louis Wain. He created a whimsical world of wide-eyed cats, each scene rich with detail and activity. As a cat artist, I'm amazed at the number...

was created for a gallery exhibit in Phoenix, Arizona showcasing cats and guitars. Fortunately, my flame point rescue cat, Banzai, loves to sing, so he begged me to participate. The 12" X 12" work on wood uses vintage ephemera, including pages from a 50s-era Monkey Wards CATalogue. Banzai actually