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National Black Cat Day 2015

Posted in October with tags , , , , , , , , on October 27, 2015 by Mj Rains

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Posted in "Wit"icisms" with tags , , , , , , , on April 25, 2012 by Mj Rains

After yesterday I needed a good laugh, so be prepared. Not just for French cat lovers. This made my day!

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I have to admit I have a weakness for funny you tube videos. I can’t resist sharing them if I think other people will appreciate them.

Cat Portrait from JKphotography

Animal Love from PrettySoul

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What would October be without some Black Cat art?

Posted in Art, Cats in Art with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 11, 2010 by Mj Rains

Here are a few fantastic pieces I’ve found with the puss-noir as main subject-matter. Enjoy.

 

 

 

Check out more lovely and haunting black cat art at Deviant Art search, black cats.

Cat Secrets

Posted in Cats in Art, Esoteric with tags , , , on March 12, 2009 by Mj Rains

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The great French essayist Montaigne believed strongly that cats led secret lives and once asserted that “cats undoubtedly talk and reason among themselves.”

From: The Indispensible Cat

Le Chat Noir

Posted in Culture with tags , , , , , , on November 18, 2008 by Mj Rains

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Le Chat Noir is the 19th Century cabaret in the bohemian Montemartre district of Paris.  It was opened on November 18, 1881 at 84 Boulevard Rouchechourart by the artist Rodolphe Salis, and closed in 1897 much to the disappointment of Picasso when he visited in 1900.

In its hey-day, Le Chat Noir was a bustling nightclub – part artist salon, part rowdy music hall, partially due to an illegal piano.  The cabaret published its own journal Le Chat Noir.  It was here that Salon of Incoherent Arts, the “shadow plays” and the comic monologues got their start.

Above is the famous Theophile Steinlen poster, Tournee du Chat Noir (1896)

Source: Wikipedia

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