Wednesday, May 6, 2009

shedding / spreading

L - Nikon / T - phone pic

Maya over at Springtree Road has a new member of the family - Zasha – she's a russian blue kitty and is so adorable. Maya asked to see our kitty, Kodi. She's a russian blue also. At least that's what they told us at the Humane Society. I beleive she is because of one distinct feature that russian blues have – mauve footpads instead of slate gray. Kodi has mauve. Another thing they say about them is that they don't shed as much as most cats, but that they have shedding seasons. Spring is one of those seasons. I think it's my season for shedding too. Sure seems like I'm losing a lot of hair right now. I don't know, maybe it's age. anyway I guess it's natural. / this is a portion of my last drawing project - transformation - spreading my wings. here i am putting my wings on. i've tested them... they're pretty good. strong. freshman year is drawing to a close and i'd say i've learned a lot.


Char said...

my baby boy is part russian blue - their fur is just so beautiful. I like the pairing too.

Anonymous said...

beautiful kit! i'll have to check zasha's paw pads tomorrow. kodi looks so much like her. don't they have the softest fur?/congrats on completing your first year! :)

SE'LAH... said...

That's as blue as cat as I've seen. Beautiful colour.
And awesome sketch. Wow...that's really good.
Thanks for sharing.

elk said...

beauty side by side in grays...T I so enjoy your the fingernails...:)

Gayle said...

Kodi is so pretty! Wow, mauve footpads? How interesting.

T, very cool drawing and how exciting that freshman year is ending!

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Anonymous said...

What a pretty kitty. And I love the drawing!!!

Donna said...

One of our dogs has a shedding season too in spring, and its hard to believe that he is completely naked for the amount of fur he leaves around

Anonymous said...

Taylor, you may not know it yet, but I think illustration is in your future. This piece is SO cool and unique. You have a special talent both behind the camera and with your drawing style. Keep up the good work.
-Uncle D

Relyn said...

You know what disturbs me? When I look down and I've shed. And it's a shiny, silvery white!! ACK!! Yes, it is a gorgeous color, and I will love it. In about twenty years.


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