Daily Photo: New Feline Playground

Cat with cardboard.
Mewsette poses with her latest cardboard interpretation.

Mewsette, interpretive cardboard artist, poses with her latest cardboard statement on the new feline cardboard playground. Each playground area has to have room for creative expression, such as Mewsette’s 3-D experimental cardboard installations and Giuseppe’s practice of his operatic arias. Mr. Sunshine needs some things to take apart and Jelly Bean needs a place to nap. Mimi only needs an enclosed place to sit for a while in order to experience the space from a different perspective.

Below, Mewsette’s newest work from just this morning, “Rectangular Impermanence”, expressing her thoughts on how we need to see past the looming objects that only seem to block the light which we need to let into our lives, rejecting the apparent strength and permanence of solid rectangular shapes which can be so easily modified into a lacy frill with just a little dental treatment. She is particularly pleased with how the morning sun shines through the openings and outlines the now-irregular shape of the box flap. “Nice photographic interpretation of my work. Good job, Mama Bernadette,” she tells me.

Chewed piece of cardboard
Mewsette’s work in cardboard, “Rectangular Impermanence”

Here is the entire construction, at least as it appeared last night and today, at least until I take the boxes to the shelves at the bottom of the stairs and then begin building a new feline cardboard playground somewhere else in the house. They may not have the trendiest toys, but they have no complaint about me keeping things interesting for them. Read about another of Mewsette’s recent cardboard interpretations.

four cats and cardboard boxes
Four Cats and Three Cardboard Boxes

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