Time spent with cats is never wasted. Sigmund Freud
Four years ago my husband and I saved two feral kittens, just before an intense winter storm hit Cape Town. They were about four weeks old, very dirty and very hungry. We took them home with the idea to tame them and them re-home them. Alas, they were very wild and it took me four months to get the first "purr" from them. In my research about feral kittens, this seemed to be a breakthrough point when they purr for you, as some feral cats are never tamed.
The little black one immediately stole my heart: although he was very scared, he was also very brave and every meal time he growled like a fierce lion when I fed them. So adorable! Eventually we integrated the two brothers with our other cats and needless to say: they stayed!
By now you must realise that I just LOVE kitty cats and when I saw the CSI Case File 90, I just had to play along! I have played before, but this is the first time that I actually submitted my layout to the gallery.
Peanut is a black cat, with a few white hairs on his chest. He is a very handsome boy and he knows too well that he is my special kitty cat! I chose to do the layout on black card stock with some texture paste masking for dimension and focus.
My evidence clues are: the cat of course, polka dots, white (black) space, two different alphabets and triangles.
My testimony clues are journalling about Peanut in the form of word stickers on the ribbon above and also in the left hand bottom corner below the white diamonds.
I stuck to clean lines; so no distressing this time! This was fun to do, although I found the colour scheme challenging. I don't usually go for these colours, but I am very happy with the result!
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