Cat Lady Embroidery
380 Ways to Stitch a Cat
by Applemints (Author)
Fat, striped, cheshire, or grumpy, this books offers more than 300 embroidery stitch patterns for cat lovers. Each set of patterns offers a range of ideas in different styles, shapes, genres from simple to more complex. A purrfect book for embroidery beginners or those looking for fun and simple patterns. Original designs and clear instructions make this book a must have for any embroidery enthusiasts library.
Cats in Art
Box of 20 Notecards
by Susan Herbert (Author, Illustrator)
Inspired by Susan Herbert’s delightful feline reimaginings of famous scenes from art, theatre, opera, ballet and film, are two gift products: a set of three small (A6) ruled notebooks and a boxed collection of 20 different notecards with high-quality envelopes.
Fat Cat Art
Famous Masterpieces Improved by a Ginger Cat with Attitude
by Svetlana Petrova
Internet meme meets classical art in Svetlana Petrova’s brilliant FAT CAT ART. Featuring her twenty-two-pound, ginger-colored cat Zarathustra superimposed onto some of the greatest artworks of all time, Petrova’s paintings are an Internet sensation. Now fans will have the ultimate full-colour collection of her work, including several never-before-seen pieces, to savour for themselves or to give as a gift to fellow cat lovers.
Life Lessons for a Cat Countess
by Janet Hill (Author)
Miss Marcella Mink and sixty-seven of her favorite feline friends live happily in her big house by the sea. But there was a time when Miss Mink was not so happy. When Miss Mink created her own business — a feline-friendly cruise company for cat lovers and their furry companions — she found she no longer had time or energy for herself or her friends. For advice she turned to her cats, who always seemed so happy, healthy, well-rounded, well-groomed and well-rested. It was not long before the Cat Countess was feeling shipshape again. Collected here are Miss Mink’s twenty cat-approved lessons, from the benefits of a good grooming and an afternoon nap to valuable advice on friendship and diet.
4,000 Years of Art Imitating Cats
by Sandy Lerner (Author)
A compelling homage to cats and the fascination they engender, Caticons: 4,000 Years of Art Imitating Cats is eminently worthy of your finest coffee table. Explore 468 images (many with poems, quotes, and text) of all things feline—cats in art, cats in books and entertainment, cats and children, cats and music, cat lovers, cat haters…
The Secret Language Of Cats
Do you speak to your cat?
by Susanne Schötz (Author)
Cat lovers across the globe know cats can speak. In this compelling new book, Susanne Schotz – a professor at Sweden’s Lund University – shares insights into her long-standing cat communication research. Proving that cats not only speak to one another, but also to their human caretakers.
This clever book teaches us how to better understand our cats by translating their sounds, recognising their meaning in different situations and giving practical tips to understand them better.
Unlocking the cat code, this crash course in cat phonetics is the perfect gift for cat-lovers everywhere.
by Susan Herbert (Author)
Susan Herbert’s feline versions of famous paintings have delighted cat and art-lovers everywhere. In this book, now available in paperback, she turns her eye to the works of the Pre-Raphaelite painters, whose popularity is reaching new heights today. The epitome of their style and period, these wonderful paintings can be viewed in a new and entrancing way when their protagonists are endearing cats. The Beggar Maid, ‘more beautiful than day’ in Tennyson’s poem, takes on a particularly touching relationship with King Cophetua, while Medea gives new meaning to the word enchantress as she prepares the ingredients for a spell. And were ever two creatures so frightened and so abandoned as the poor cat princes wickedly imprisoned in the Tower, or two lovers so sad and so stoical as the young officer cat and his fiancée on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo? A special feature of this book is its inclusion of small black-and-white reproductions of all the original paintings that have inspired Susan Herbert. Once again she has risen to the challenge of endowing the world’s best- loved works of art with a certain feline charm.