A carnivorous mammal (Felis catus) long domesticated as a pet and for catching rats and mice.
Three-year-old ASL girl Juli drew a picture of cat, one of her first masterpieces. Like many kids at this age, the cat has no body, only legs attached to the head. Though, it has some details: pointed ears, nose, tail, and a few other unidentified marks.
The four-year-old little girl expressed her love for the neighbor's cat by signing ILY (I Love You) to the cat who then turned its back on her. Who knows what the cat might interpret this symbol.:) Or, it was simply feeling annoyed.
She drew this image during the year of her kindergarten at age 4-5. A gray cat with the details of gray-striped tail, blue eyes and lashes, whiskers, and pointed ears.
A blue cat with a purple bow on the top of her head and black stripes around her tail and front legs or limbs. It appears to be playing with something what looks like a blue ball with black stripes. Above the cat, the kid Juli (age 5;8) wrote a word "cat" with an arrow toward the image. 1st month in grade 1.
A more creative side of the kid, using watercolor painting. Age 5;8 during the first month of grade 1.