28.000 x 22.000 x 0.750 inches
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Painting - Acrylic On Canvas
Grey Lady. A close up of a grey cat intently watching something, is it her prey, or just her human trying to get her attention. I love this quote: When humans were predominantly hunters, dogs were of great use, and thus were domesticated long before cats. Cats, on the other hand, only became useful to people when we began to settle down, till the earth, and�crucially�store surplus crops. With grain stores came mice, and when the first wild cats wandered into town, the stage was set for what the Science study authors call "one of the more successful 'biological experiments' ever undertaken." The cats were delighted by the abundance of prey in the storehouses; people were delighted by the pest control. So she obviously is a "working girl"since she is obviously performing pest control. The detail wiil scare away any pests or pest spirits you may have and at the same time make a statement about your love for cats on any wall. original painting is blessed for felines.
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November 30th, 2012
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