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Tag Archives: Sammy
Not these days… He is hearing the crazy cats down the hall in the studio and watching at the door to see if we bring someone into his space… He’s dropped weight and tests came back and no indicators, so … Continue reading
Trying to pick names for his playmates is hard; Sammy was his name pretty fast, though we tried to find a Vedic or Buddhist name for him… Sam Sammy Sammerston Sam Sam the Cat Cat Man Sammers. A good name … Continue reading
Sammy is not a happy cat, because I am in bed alone with him and he lives for his daddy. Lives. For. Daddy. Having to catch that expression so very fast! Scowling face, and he wears it so well! I … Continue reading
Sammy gets sent through the mail… (Hahnemühle watercolor post cards) Now that the other cats are gone, when Sammy can’t be with his bestest pal in the world, Mitchell, he loosk so sad. We ring him to the studio, but … Continue reading
Sammy is a single cat for the first time. He’s always had a tumble-down face-licking pal to play with… We’ve decided to let him have his own pal, but whether to get a cat his own age or kittens to … Continue reading
It was on its way to be a good sketch and I should have STOPPED but I added water to the charcoal then red and this is what overworked looks like… Sorry Sammy! I’m gonna say my lack of judgement … Continue reading