Carlisle, a pretty kitten who wants to get adopted

Once again I am featuring the painting of a kitten from Kitty Harbor who was up for adoption. If Carlisle isn’t still up for adoption, I bet they have another kitten who is almost as handsome. This painting measures 6.25″ x 8.25″ and is painted on fine arches paper with transparent watercolors. It is for sale for $100.00 and half of the proceeds go to Kitty Harbor. Eventually this painting and the one of Meggy will be made into note cards.

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12 Responses to Carlisle, a pretty kitten who wants to get adopted

  1. i think cats are hard to paint but you did this so well! it turned out wonderful! thanks for sharing!
    hugs,
    peggy aplSEEDS

  2. Sheri Cook says:

    Lovely painting and I hope kitten finds a forever home. Happy PPF!

  3. carlarey says:

    I’d be very surprised if Carlisle was still without a home, especially if people have seen this painting. Just beautiful.

  4. Anne says:

    I love this. I’ve been trying to sketch my cats & dog, but haven’t succeeded in really capturing their uniqueness. Thanks for the inspiration!

  5. geckostone says:

    Wow, what a beautiful painting for a great cause! You’re awesome!

  6. Hybrid J says:

    Ah, such adorable little furry ball. Melts my heart … 🙂

  7. Carol says:

    Oh! Adorable ~ well done painting for a great cause ~ Get adopted soon! ~ ~ thanks, namaste, Carol (Share the Creative Journey)

  8. Wonderful painting for an excellent cause!
    Hope that Carlisle finds a forever home soon! 🙂

    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

  9. Carol Samsel says:

    awe….. so sweet! Hope someone gives him a forever home soon!

  10. EVA says:

    Adorable and great painting! I hope Carlisle finds a wonderful family.

  11. Terry says:

    I love your watercolor style and technique, Mimi. Wonderful clear colors with
    a very nice sense of freedom. Such a pleasure to view!

  12. I love this cat, Mim! I’m not a cat owner-kind-of-person any more, however. It IS a darling picture!

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