On October 29th it’s National Cat Day, but we believe that every day should be a day dedicated to our furry friends. Cat art is the purrfect way to keep you feline fine!
Fun and frisky cat art
When we look at playful animal art we, too, can feel fun and alive. But it’s the sense of wonder and novelty that cats naturally possess that inspire us to do the same in our work and personal life.
Furthermore, cats have been proven to be great for your health and wellbeing and can alleviate depression and help lower blood pressure. And if you want to attract a lady, maybe the key is getting a cat or the next best thing… cat art! Apparently, 90 per cent of single women said that men who own a cat are nicer than other guys!
Here are some ideas to help you feel alive and bright.
SophistiCATed cat art
Cats are known for their poise and sophistication, with their slinky strides and light foot approach to sneaking around the house and garden. So, why not bring those qualities into your home décor with some elegant cat art?
Ancient Egyptians revered cats as an item of worship and the death penalty was issued to anyone who killed a cat. There was even a whole branch of government dedicated to prevent the smuggling of cats across the Egyptian border!
Even the cats of today still hold a regal air about them and immediately assume the position of superiority within any household. Get kitty classy with these striking prints.
Cute and curious cat art
Sometimes chaotic but always cute, cats are endlessly interesting to watch. They have a natural curiosity that entices them to explore and roam, often straight into the path of trouble.
Do not be fooled by their charm, however, because cats are not to be messed with! During the Spanish Inquisition, Pope Innocent VIII declared that all cats were evil and as such thousands of cats were burned. Which in turn, caused the rat population to expand and the Black Plague took a strong hold.
Be inspired by their strength and charm with these playful cat art prints.
Looking for something for the little ones? Discover more animal art for kids.
Fun fact: most cats are left handed (well, left pawed…)
Prefer your cats a little bigger and a little less tame? Explore our wildlife photography collection to walk on the wild side with lions, leopards and cheetahs.
Or perhaps you’re more of a dog lover? Take a squiz at how to find your fortune with Dog Art.