A story of things in three parts. One part per day. Blammo.
Thing Number One:
Seven months ago, I discovered that those Americans working at New Zealand public galleries of art while crafting cat blogs in their spare time and being unspeakably awesome should stick together.
Recently he sent me these three rad cat blog additions, each one more beguiling than the last.
This one, which seems to be called “The tailor of a cat of CAT PRIN” is completely mystifying. Written in Jon-Knepp’s-Japanese-Speak, this website seems to be devoted to the dressing of cats. (Worthy application!) As it states:
We want you to enjoy the clothes of the cat of CAT PRIN as follows by the reason for calling it …
1. You need to dress a cat. And you will say to a cat together with a family. “It has changed just for a moment”. [ “it being very dear” or ] You will pass pleasant one time.
2. If a family and a cat become fortunate, you will take a commemorative photo! Therefore, please photo your cat lovelily with much trouble.
3. If it finishes taking a photograph, you will make it remove clothes from a cat immediately. You will say then, without forgetting the language of gratitude to a cat. “– be flooded — a way — good — having done one’s best — ! –“
Yeah. Just click on it.
The second of the first set of items is ANOTHER cat blogger…who knew there were so many of us?
I thoroughly appreciate this woman’s motto.
I DECIDED THERE IS NOT ENOUGH INTERNET SPACE DEVOTED TO PICTURES OF CATS TRYING TO FIT INTO ANYTHING THEY CAN. SO I HAVE GRACIOUSLY DECIDED TO TAKE ON THIS CHALLENGE.
I hear you, baby.
The third thing in this here first set of items is the number one reason why going to Pratt is a useless and unncessesarily expensive decision.
This cat has done things I’ll never do.
Have you heard of him? HE TAKES PHOTOGRAPHS. WITH THAT LITTLE CAMERA AROUND HIS NECK. All photographers interested in cats and also trendy things, please swoon.
Cooper’s been enough of a success to gain his own art show, boast 60,000 fans on Facebook, as well as more television appearances than I care to think of. There’s even a Twitter feed. If you really fall in love with the art that this cat has been snapping over the last three years, you can pick up a print of his work for $265 framed or $145 unframed, with a portion of the proceeds going to PAWS: Progressive Animal Welfare Society.
Wha-wha-whaaaaaaat. Forget art school, I’m getting a cat! (Glad zee bearded companion isn’t here to see that get typed.)
Jonny! Thank you so much for this first set of threes!
1/3, more tomorrow….