Cats seem to spend most of their time curled up in a ball in a state of semi consciousness on their and yours favorite spot on the sofa, hesitating between going to eat or heading for the litter box. That can change in the blink of an eye when our four-legged friend notices something out of the ordinary and most likely not to his taste, our mouser will travel with the speed of light trough the confined space of your living room and will only then go back to slumberland, when the intruder is way out of sight. Enough excitement for the day.
What's new pussycat ? From top left, clockwise; angry cat drawing by French illustrator Tomi Ungerer, illustration by Robert Wagt of a cat getting warm in front of a stove, illustration by famous Belgian advertising poster designer Julian Key of a black cat coffee pot, illustration by Yoko Tanji of a cat and a bird, illustration by British illustrator Ronald Searle of a fat cat sleeping on a balcony, dj cat illustration by Pepe Shimada, illustration for a Marchal advertisement of a cat in a car by French illustrator Jean Colin, illustration of a cat by Maurice Sendak from his book "the moon jumpers", a cat in the snow illustration by Wolf Erlbruch and Väinö Rouvinen's illustration of a cat playing in the snow.