Monday, February 11, 2008

Katherine's Cat Band


One of the blogs I like to read is called Apifera Farm - Where Art, Animals and Lavender Collide

The very talented Katherine Dunn, who lives in the Portland, Oregon area, has sweet stories of her donkeys and her other farm animals. She also has a great On-Line Store where you can buy some of her folk art, as well as a bumper sticker that proclaims "Cats & Sheep for working for Peace. We can all get along, can't you? (which I proudly display on the back of the "jelly bean")

This picture is Katherine's Cat Band - sometimes when life gets a little pressing her imagination takes over and this little band plays a few tunes to help smooth things out.

I'd like to dedicate the band's next "set" to our friend Rascal - maybe that's him on the guitar - playing a few tunes as he faces down his feline lymphoma. Get well Rascal, we're purraying for you.

And Thank you, Katherine, for your unique imagination.

4 comments:

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MISS PEACH >(^.^) said...

Hello sweet Tina! How wonderful that you came to visit Isis and have a cuppa tea with all of us today! I wanted to tell you that I am working on a pretty card for the Black Sheep Creamery. it has to be very pretty because it needs to hold the check I am going to send to them from the bracelet auction. I also made another commision bracelet and will be able to write the check for $80!!! I am so very pleased about this. It will be a small bit of help wrapped up in love from a little old curly red cat:)
Now do I send the check to the PO box addy on their webpage?
I read about Shirley, Goodness and Mercy being the new lambs just born....how precious is that!
Well this tuckered out old cat is off to bed now...soft hugs from Miss Peachy

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Rascal said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you! It is a wonderful good picture.