|Cynthia in front if a cat trap installation|
(which we are interpreting as a TNR promotion)
Cynthia: Cats are now seriously mainstream.
Marcy: Seriously. What took you people so long? We're awesome.
Cynthia: Well, Marcy... everyone finally got the memo. Los Angles has another cat art show going on. Take a look!
Cynthia: It's at 356 Mission Art Gallery in Boyle Heights. That's in East Los Angeles.
Cynthia: There were over 300 works by 300 artists. They ranged from cat paintings.
Cynthia: To sculptures.
Cynthia: To art installations.
|Cat Coffee Table|
|The Highest Cat Tree (in the world probably)|
Cynthia: To pottery.
Cynthia: Some of the art was great. Some of it was strange.
Cynthia: Some of it looked like 3rd grade dried macaroni assignments.
Cynthia: But all in all ... it was fun! Super duper fun! Which was the whole point of 356 Mission doing this exhibition in the first place.
Marcy (proudly): And it was exclusively about cats.
You know, when I started our blog over a year ago, I really thought this cat obsession was going to be a fad. That eventually cat craziness would die down and we would become obsolete. But just the opposite has happened. Cat infatuation is going strong and shows no sign of stopping. Los Angeles is even getting the Feline Film Festival next month.
Marcy: Gasp! A Cat Film Festival in Los Angeles?
Marcy races around in circles chasing her tail she is so excited.
Marcy: I need an agent. I need a publicist.