Three watercolor cat paintings from my Cat Portraits Collection.
On the first painting a Bengal and a Savannah cats somehow were swallowed by a giant white towel, which sent them together immediately to Dreamland.
The second painting is a commissioned portrait about the tuxedo Elvis had a very tough start in life. As a kitten, he was living with a hoarder, who couldn’t care less of him. When he was hit by a car, nobody took him to the vet to see his broken jaw, so it fixed by itself without any assistance, and left him with a little a teeth exposed from his mouth. When they found him, was already nothing to do, but he got a second chance, and was very lucky as Dawn rescued him, and he is having a happy life since then with his new loving family. He is a perfect, jolly guy, and the cutest cat ever! That is why I give the title to this cat portrait, Lucky Elvis!
And finally a Lynx Point Siamese Cat Painting inspired by by a photograph I received to my Cats of Karavella Atelier Facebook page! I must be biased when I choose a lynx point cat to paint, as I have one myself. so obviously I found them absolutely gorgeous! And Paulie was a perfect model, with his sparking sky blue eyes and typical lynx point coloration, which give the reason to call this cats as Snow Tigers referring to the White Siberian Tigers.
If you would like to volunteer to be my next cat model, please visit and follow my Cats of Karavella Atelier Facebook Page, send me there photos of your cats in any of my post comments.
Have a purrfect day!
Dora Hathazi Mendes