This one's called the Egyptian Mao Cat — M A U. And I painted this original on, I'd say, about a 16" by 20" canvas with acrylic paint back in 2007 or 2008 for the San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition.
That's a local organization that traps spays and releases feral cats. The city's warm and has a big feral cat population because there's no Wisconsin winters to kill off all the strays.
So there's a lot of stray cats down there, and this was a fundraiser for them to do their thing. So I donated the painting.
They sold it at auction and used the money to trap, spay or neuter and release cats. Not spay and neuter, but or neuter.
Anyway, you can own this cute little piece of Egyptian stuff.
My favorite part is this little guy here offering an offering of fish to the kitty.
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