While I wouldn’t exactly call myself a cat person, I have recently fallen in love with our next door neighbor’s cat, Cheetah. She spends most of her day outdoors and deposits mice (or parts of) on the front sidewalk.
She is desperate to try to snuggle with our dog in the backyard, and she trots contentedly behind her little girls (3 and 5) when they take walks.
Really, I’m not sure what prompted me to write this post, but how can anyone resist a bunch of funny cat art?
Looking at these, you can feel the artists’ love for their furry friends, can’t you?
Cats (and dogs) with human eyes. What could be more wonderful? These are a collage side project by artists/designers Mathilde Aubier and Christine Delaquaize of Ma + Chr.
Perfectly composed cat illustration by Micael Mateyko of Komboh.
Abraham Teniers – 17th century Flemish painter who had an affinity for painting monkeys and cats along with people. Is this not the most wonderful painting you’ve ever seen?
This adorable cat sketch I found on Pinterest, and it links back to a blog that has nothing to do with cat sketches, so put that in your pipe and smoke it. Don’t know who drew it, don’t know where it’s from, but I do know I love it.
It was hard to choose which of these prints by Christopher Rozzi to include in this roundup. His Tiny Confessions line on Etsy is hilarious.
Cat face stamp art by Clare Owen.
Spin it, bro. I wonder what music cats play? Good Luck Cat DJ by Pepe Shimada.
It’s hard not to love this black cat doodle by Eva Stalinski. I’m especially fond of the bottom 2 cats.
You’ve likely seen the surreal illustrations of Yuko Higuchi floating around, but I especially like this cat/alien tea ceremony. The cat looks so content.
Illustration by Kamwei Fong – I’d like to see what happens next.
This awesome cat illustration by Faye Moorehouse is not available, but her other gorgeous, amazing, fantastic art is…
More awesomely weird cats by Anne-Sophie Tschiegg. Look at those fantastic teeth.
Daily Purrr on Instagram. “Stupid cat drawings on a daily basis.”
Oh! Just discovered the work of Jennifer Davis, and I’m a bonafide fan now. This print, called Scaredy cat, is available in her Etsy shop.
Tired of cat art? No? Okay, here’s one more:
Cat pattern illustration by Aitch.
And one more! One more!
I adore this illustration by Frank Matticchio. (See more on 50Watts.)