This lovely medieval art cat would love to reign over your home
Sweet little Isabel is prim and proper enough to put up with a ruffled collar, and she is wearing her fanciest dress. She’s got quite the collection of gold bling, too. She’s an avid bird “watcher”, something that we represented in this feline art painting by the bird locket she’s holding.
Just look how pretty Isabel in a lovely gold ornate frame. She makes a great piece of black cat wall art!
Just some of the gorgeous black cats of customers who bought this feline art.... Isabel herself is in the first picture with her painting.
Black cats can have it tough. There’s a superstition that they’re unlucky. Not true. In some parts of Europe, black cats are considered good omens. That’s probably not true either. But one thing we do know is that black cats are harder for animal shelters to adopt out. I wonder why; their coats are sleek, shiny, and luxurious. There’s nothing at all different about them, and I’ve known some wonderful black cats.
My favorite was Picklepuss, a farm cat owned by my riding instructor. He would detect the sound of her Karmann Ghia driving towards the farm about a mile away, and wait for Ardeth where she regularly parked. When Ardeth got out of the car, Picklepuss leapt to her shoulder. He spent much of the day there. I took many riding lessons from someone with a cat on her shoulder.
In my shop, this black cat print is more popular than any other. Maybe that’s because the people who visit my shop judge a cat not by the color of their fur, but by the content of their character. I do love my customers; you are my people!
Check out some of the most famous black cats in our culture. Sufferin’ Succotash. Remember who said that?