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Artist Sergey Stelmashonok's own art project

Poster Cave Cat


Poster Cave Cat
Not do long ago there still were unexplored caves in the wild. People were intrigued, but intimidated by them. You never know, who does the cave belong to: Ali Baba or some other ALI* creature...
*ALI = Acting like intelligent

That is why all potential cave dwellers made their cats first enter the caves, justifying it by a superstition that, they say, if a cat is the first to enter the cave/flat/house it will bring happiness and money.
Maybe such a superstition appeared because of the fact that cats are the best at identifying places with negative energy. No cat would ever go to such a place. Besides, cats can easily find their way in the dark, while people find a lot of troubles with that.

So, if a cat is turning its nose up at the cave, marked the entrance or just scampered away from it - that was a vivid sign that neither a man, not a woman has anything to do in this cave both by day and by night.
Still, British scientists have a daring theory, according to which cats are just too cunning: they scared people away from some cave and some time later returned to the same cave to make a love nest for themselves.

No one knows anything for sure about that. As it was said in the very beginning, now there are almost no unexplored caves any more.

- The End -



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        Site Cats & Dreams features a collection of posters, images, drawings and illustrations by the Belarusian artist Sergey Stelmashonok. Sergey has been illustrating articles in different newspapers and magazines for many years but his main passion is depicting cats. Each and every cat in his images is special. Take a look and enjoy.