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Cat Painting - Feeding The Cats At The Park by Anita Dale Livaditis

Feeding The Cats At The Park is a painting by Anita Dale Livaditis which was uploaded on March 8th, 2012.

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Love this Anita!!!

LOL! I just got home from doing just this! I saw Miss Zelda and Miss Dusty and gave 'em lots of belly scratches. I saw Petey and Baby. :) Why are you so sweet, Gabz? Thank you. Mwah! xoxoxo

saw Blabby and Greyboy too! :)

This is such a cool image, Anita. I love this!

Thank you, Mary! These are my buds :) I am so glad you like this. If you like cats you would like them too, they're terrific!

Congratulations on your sale!!!

Thanks, Bill!

Very neat painting and you are so deserving of every sale you make! Happy for you and excellent work! v/f

Thank you, Lenore, for your kind words! Every sale is like the first. It means so much to me.

Thank you to my buyer from Marietta GA!

lovely simplified design v

Thank you for your kind comment and vote, Carl. It's nice to meet you.

:-)

Thank you, Raul, I can always use a smile from you.

Anita, This picture should be the Post Card for the Feral and Orphaned Cat Human Society and any one who loves cats or just like them!. You should send them this picture and hopefully you will get support. This picture is breath-taking brilliant! God will bless you for having so much love for them.

Thank you so much, Thelma! I ordered some of these cards to send out to our donors as a thank you - the picture sort of epitomizes our work and my life.

ohh....

:) You know some of these cats from the blog, Raul. :) it is so good to have you back!!

...sunset..:-)

Raul, Sunset was Zsa Zsa's mother :) They looked just alike. Thank you.:)

soo nice, I like to come back, you have so many..I love how you paint the leaves...the prospective of the tree and the cats are outstanding....very moving....you paint everyone with a different style bringing out their personality.....I can see that you know them one by one.....if I were in you, I will go to the authorities and ask if you can paint the street road signals to slow down the cars......every sign should have a different cat......and in your blog or even here the photo of the art sign.......I think it could work.....your art is tender and full of love, the motorist go fast because dont think about the consequence....maybe they dont think to the cats at all....but they are not evil person....they need to be educated and what better for educating then your art.....think about.....big things has small beginnings...

Thank you, Raul. We are working on the authorities and attitudes here. Thank you very much for the great suggestions and thank you for appreciating our efforts.

This picture just exudes contentment and good feelings. This how a cat's life should always be! The slim form lines and delicate colours add to that air of lightness and happiness. Aaah! Plus, we get to meet them all via their names and appearance. It's a family snapshot.

Thank you, Arjun. I love going down there to be with them every day. Sadly two of these cats have been killed by cars since I drew this, Tweeny and Zsa Zsa, both not even a year old, and one, Sonar, has disappeared. This park is located on the dangerous seafront road where motorists speed all the time. That is why my husband and I are looking for land too relocate these cats after we alter them. So we can keep them safe. We want to make a cat sanctuary and then encourage all villages in Cyprus to do the same. I love these cats so much. Today, Moonpie, the former bully, curled up in my lap for a good 20 minutes and let me play with his feet. Cindi now lives with us.

Lovely Anita!!

Becky, Thank you! And peace back to you. Anita

A lovely image - you have created a scene that could be from a story-book!

Hi Barbara, Thank you very much! Anita

Wonderful, Each cat has his/her own expression, name and they come together as a contented whole:-)

Thank you, Nikki :) They certainly do each have their own unique characters, Anita

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