Book Covers

18 02 2013

Time for your weekly(ish) book covers 🙂

I have followed Oscar the Bionic Cats’ journey and it is truly inspirational. I haven’t read the book but I’m sure his willingness to just get on with life will shine through like it has elsewhere.

Book covers 10

Top to bottom, left to right:

* Oscar: the Bionic Cat by Kate Allen

* A Visual Celebration of Giant Pandas by Fanny Lai

* Kathleen and Frank by Christopher Isherwood

* Under the Walnut Tree by Anna Bergenström

* Blood by Tony Birch

* The Secret Museum by Molly Oldfield

* The Weekend Cook by Matthew Evans

* Love and Happiness by Galt Niederhoffer

* Idiopathy by Sam Byers


Made for pets

31 08 2011

Ok, so I have been a bit crap at writing recently. There’s been a lot going on.

But, today I bring you a collection of cool stuff made just for pets. These images have been collected over the last 3 years so most of them are from places I don’t remember. I only thought of them today because I am busy trying to draw up the plans for a Rabbit Duplex so our Flemish Giants don’t destroy our new garden. 4 big rabbits + lawn = the bog of eternal stench.

Here we have cat wall boxes, cat window boxes, suitcase beds, cat wall art, grassy cat towers, goat towers, indoor and outdor cat ladders. Enjoy

My furry family

3 09 2010

Here’s a wee tribute to my furry family. I included my mum’s 2 kittens as my brother and I gave them to her for Christmas.

They are (top to bottom)

Tweety & Pie – Canaries, 16 months old, a breeding pair about to hatch their first chicks

Button – Flemish Giant Rabbit, 9 months old, female

Makaria & Nyx – Domestic kittens, litter-mates, 10 months old, female

Bella (Adorabelle) – Oriental x Domestic kitten, 4 months old, female (mum’s kitten)

Piglet – Staffordshire x Jack Russell Terrior, 10 years old, female

Coca – Tonkinese kitten, 10 months old, female (mum’s kitten)

Bunch’o pet craft

3 05 2010

Now that I have 2 new kittens – Nyx & Makaria, the fiendish sisters, there are a bunch of pet related things I want to make. If you want to see more crfty stuff you can make or be lazy and buy, check out Felt (NZ) or Etsy (USA).