Black cats are everywhere and it's not even Halloween! Well, I might be exaggerating a bit. You probably know that my sweet Kitty is a black cat. We also have a stray black cat that's been hanging around for several months now. It looks just like Kitty, at least from a distance. I haven't been able to get very close, it's very skittish - don't even know if it's a boy or a girl. I'm beginning to feel like I need to feed it. I've resisted so far, didn't think it would stay. But it's just like Kitty in another way: Kitty was a stray and would not leave. That was 13 years ago. I'm sure my husband is thinking "Oh, no!" (Although lately, I've caught him acting like he rather likes Kitty. Maybe it's just familiarity?)
Often when I find Agnes Richardson postcards with black cats, they often say something about good luck. I was surprised to discover that in England, black cats are considered good luck! Isn't this just the cutest, sweetest image?
You can download the image HERE. Or click on the image above.
This is actually an embellished string envelope and I've made a tag that will fit inside.
The tag is cut with a digital download set from Stampin' Up called Cool Like That.
I need to dress Kitty with a big orange bow - although it wouldn't take him two seconds to get if off. (Yes, Kitty is a boy - terrible name, I know.)
So glad you stopped by!