F airy C ats
A little ebook of original artwork
by Cat Whipple for your coloring pleasure.
This free ebook is copyright of Cat Whipple.
You may print out as many copies as you like. You may also put it on
your website or give it to your readers as a free gift. You may NOT
sell this ebook or take out the links or copyright info on any of the pages.
All artwork by Cat Whipple. Copyright 2008
Part of the coloring therapy of the
A few ideas for using this ebook:
Color in with crayons and markers.
Print, bind with ribbon, and give as a gift.
Make copies of the undecorated page and create your own designs.
Hold a coloring session with friends and fairy cats.
Use quotes in art journaling projects of your own.
You are free to post your colored-in versions on the internet.
(Please keep my name and website address on the page.)
I believe the world seen
through a cat’s eyes
No heaven will not
is the Fairy world.
ever Heaven be
– Carrie Hawks (artist)
Unless my cats are
there to welcome me.
- epitaph in a pet cemetary
Buttercups in the
sunshine look like little
Fairy Cats come cups of gold. Perhaps
from animal shelters, the Faeries come to
or they show up drink the raindrops
that they hold.
on your doorstep.
– Elizabeth T. Dillingham
Fairy Cats pick you
because you need
them, and not
because they W]hen the first baby laughed for
need you. the first time, its laugh broke into
a thousand pieces, and they all
went skipping about, and that
was the beginning of fairies.
James Matthew Barrie, Peter Pan
Garden fairies come at dawn, The fairy poet takes
a sheet of moonbeam,
Bless the flowers then they’re gone. silver white;
His ink is dew from
– Author Unknown daisies sweet,
His pen a point of light.
The wall is silence,
– Joyce Kilmer
the grass is sleep,
Tall trees of peace
Spread your wings and
let the fairy in you fly!
their vigil keep, ~Author Unknown
And the Fairy
of Dreams with
“A dog is a
dog, a bird
is a bird,
Plays soft on her flute and a cat
to the drowsy world.
is a person.”
- Mugsy Peabody
–Ida Rentoul Outhwaite
CATs are something that fairies
often transform themselves into...
– The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Fairies