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Cat Bored? Friskies has an App for That!

Friskies releases Happy Wings

Friskies®  breaks the boredom for cats with  the release of “Happy Wings,” its newest tablet game for cats available now at www.GamesforCats.com.  Happy Wings entertains cats with a garden full of fluttering fun, including a  hummingbird,  moth and  dragonfly.  The birds, moths and dragonflies fly across the screen attracting your cat’s attention. When they capture a few of the creatures by touching them with their paw, the setting changes and the game becomes more difficult with quicker patterns and multiple birds, and bugs appearing on screen.

Gracey, The Tiniest Tiger with iPad

You vs. Cat

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Cat Art Exhibit. Welcome to The Tiniest Tiger’s Gallery

Gracey, The Tiniest Tiger Cat Artist Welcome Friends to my first art exhibit.

Thank you so much for stopping by.

After I  displayed my first painting, A Cat Artist’s Interpretation of an Amur Tiger, that I created using my iPad and the Paint for Cats app by Hiccup, I could not believe the outpouring of support for my art.

I truly appreciate your kind words  so I thought I would try to paint some more of the things that inspire me. This required a lot of thinking time and play time with my TipsyNip Tickle Pickle.

It took me quite some time to find the right color combinations to convey my interpretation of what inspired me and to then get  the paint on the canvas.  I sure hope you like my paintings too.

Welcome to The Tiniest Tiger’s Gallery!

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Cat Artist’s Interpretation of an Amur Tiger

Today, I needed to unleash some of my pent up energy after soaking up a lot of sunshine on my Cat Power Tower. I decided to spend a little time on my iPad.  I started off playing Chase the Butterfly but soon grew tired. I thought  I would rather use some of my creative energy painting.   Here is a brief video of my creative process.

As you saw in the video, I began to imagine a beautiful and mighty Amur Tiger  walking through a Korean Pine Forest of the Russian Far East. My creative energy took over and before I knew it, I had created, if I do say so myself,  an accurate portrayal of the  of the light, colors and imagery of a Tiger in the Taiga.

Here is my inspiration:

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