Saturday, July 9, 2016

Cat Bandana's....

yes you read that right.  That is what I have been busy with.  My good friend is on the board of our local animal shelter and is one of the leaders in the cat department.  They have a photographer who comes into the shelter to take photos of the animals for their profile for adoption.  My friend decided that adding bandana's to the cats would be something different.  So I made a couple to see how they fit and here is Midnight modeling one:

Midnight is around 8 months old and available for adoption.

I altered the style a little and here are some more I made.
I took them over to my friend's house and she will take them up to the shelter to see if this design works.  They fasten with velcro and are adjustable.

Funny thing in all of this, is we don't have a cat as we are allergic to cats.  Dh is highly allergic, me only mildly; which is just as well as Midnight reminds us of the cat we had when we were growing up, Moggs.  I have always loved black cats and would have adopted him/her.

Wonder what I'll be making next.........hats for cats?

11 comments:

Betsy said...

What a great idea. It sure makes that cat look handsome. How sweet of you to take the time to do this.
Blessings, Betsy

mamasmercantile said...

My daughter is allergic to cats too.

William Kendall said...

What a cutie!

Jackie said...

So cute.

God bless.

bonsaimum said...

Midnight is so cute.

Evelyn said...

So sweet! i love cats and have two but they would not stand to be "dressed up"

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

Those are cute and a great way to use up bits of left over material.

angela said...

I wonder what my cats would think if I made some for them lol I'm sure they would not be amused. But midnight looks lovely in that one. Hope he finds a home soon xxx

Jane said...

Very cute! We have two rescue cats, they're sisters, and we just love them. I'm so thankful I'm not allergic!

Winifred said...

That's lovely Gill. I love cats & miss mine so much now. The house is so empty without them & I miss the daft things they used to do even in old age! Not allowed any more as they will outlive us. I would like to foster older cats though the ones that the shelters find it difficult to get adopted. Will have to work on that!

Frugal in Essex said...

How brilliant. They do look fetching on the moggy. I too am allergic.