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Saturday, June 20, 2020

Golden Calm Cat-astrophe, number 4

"Golden Girl," Cat-astrophe series, nol 4, 5 x 7 watercolor, 140 lb Fabriano Artistico extra white cold press paper
Have trouble sleeping these days of pandemic, racist and political catastrophe?
Need calm? Have you watched a cat sleeping?
They're all curled up, secure. Even if you call their name, or somehow wake them, their eyes open, and look at you, but without any worries or alarm.
Humans need more than ever to consider the calmness of cats sleeping. Just looking at them helps lower your stress.
Our Sophie is what they call a "Ginger" cat, but I see more gold than ginger.
Thus today's calm cat-astrophe number four, "Golden Girl."

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