June 10, 2010

Shades of Gray

Does your cat fall somewhere in the monochromatic spectrum that runs between black and white?

Purebred cats of the gray persuasion are referred to as "blue" or "silver". But how about pewter, smoky, ashen, slate, charcoal,
platinum, cinereous? How do you describe YOUR great gray cats?

One thing is clear: a word you should never,
EVER use to describe a gray cat is mousy!

My auctions on Ebay this week feature ACEO artwork of gray cats of every shade. Each one of these original mini watercolor paintings was a part of the 365 Cat Ladiesseries featured in this blog during 2009. Here is your chance to collect original artwork without breaking the bank, plus you will own a little piece of 365 Cat Lady history! Auctions end Sunday afternoon, May 23.

Place your bid today at:



8GR8LOLCATS said...

Lord Thomas Milton is a blue classic tabby Maine Coon Cat- http://cclcarm.blogspot.com/2010/06/wordless-wednesday-tommy-photoshoot.html

Rainbow Joy is a blue-silver patched classic tabby with white Maine Coon Cat-http://cclcarm.blogspot.com/2010/06/caturday-joy.html

curator said...

I actually have no gray cats of any persuasion at this time! Yours are very lovely, however!