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Kitties In The Closet (for tennesseecowgirl)

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This image is dedicated to Lynell (tennesseecowgirl). She is one of the sweetest ladies in the gallery and a friend for some time now. Her gallery is filled with beautiful photos of nature, and is always a pleasure to visit. Lynell has a charming nature and really can touch you with her words. She has the ability to make people smile no matter how bad they feel. When you combine her charm with her talent for photography it is the perfect combination. She has done so much for me that I wanted to do a dedication for her. Lynell shared this story with me, and I wanted to share it with all of you. She really did a great job of providing so many details, and brought it to life for me.

Kitties In The Closet (for tennesseecowgirl): It was the fourth of July, and Lynell was excited because it was her birthday. The people in her neighborhood had a big party to celebrate the holiday, and her birthday. She had a great time playing games with everyone, but she had one problem. Her cat Tiger was gone, and she couldn't find her. Tiger was afraid of loud fireworks, and she would hide all the time. Lynell's brother Randy talked her into playing baseball, and told her they would search for Tiger later. Lynell went to the closet to get her baseball glove, and was surprised when she opened the door. She saw Tiger looking up at her with four kittens moving all around. They purred and snuggled as close to their Mom as they could. Lynell knelt down on the floor. She rubbed one kitten on his belly as he rolled all about. Soon Lynell's family came in to check on her. Her brother Randy knelt down beside her and looked on in awe. Her older siblings Loraine and Frank were so happy too, and could only stare at the closet kitties. This was the best birthday present Lynell could ever hope for, the gift of new life.

P.S. Lynell do you recognize anyone on the wall ;)

Maddie, Matt, Laura, Luke By Daz
Mil Cat By Daz
Vacation House By Richabri
Hansel & Gretel Textures By TONIDUNLAP
Gretel Outfit By Lourdes Mercado
Matt Jeans By Mada
Ants Pants Shirt By Mada
Baggy Outfit By Poserworld
Back To School By Canary3d
Bat, Skateboard, Soccer Ball By Free Stuff
November 3, 2009
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Nov 4, 2009 7:07:44 pm
Oh my dear bro, this is such a touching dedi for Lynell, who is as you say such a kind and caring person. I just love the beautiful story she told you of a precious childhood memory, you did her proud with this superb scene you created. Your work just gets better and better, and I just love it when you upload one of your fabulous childhood memory artworks. Thank you Dave, I am sending big hugs your way, Jane xxx

by JaneEden Homepage »

Nov 4, 2009 7:54:34 pm
Wow dave this is amazing. You captured the joy and awe of the moment perfectly. Love the Wall hangings. LOL He was in my room too. hhahaha Love those little kittens and they way you have them all posed. Excellent work.

by Lunastar Homepage »

Nov 4, 2009 8:11:35 pm
beautiful work Dave and dedication

by Richardphotos Homepage »

Nov 4, 2009 8:23:05 pm
You made kittens! Hehe, what a cute story, too! Tiger gave her a super present!

by lwperkins Homepage »

Nov 4, 2009 9:15:16 pm
Fantastic Dedi and Image Dave. Never had a cat when young but have always had one (or more) since I became an adult. One even had kittens in our closet just like your image above. Bravo and best wishes from Dave :^)

by davidoblad Homepage »

Nov 4, 2009 10:41:54 pm
Oh, so cute! Wonderful story, I love cats and my daughter too! Great great dedication!

by Black-Carrie Homepage »

Nov 4, 2009 10:46:17 pm

by anitalee Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 2:11:42 am
Awwww so cute , Dave :) This is wonderful story and adorable birthday gift !

by moonbunnie Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 2:46:20 am
Great work and dedication as always I still think that if you made a childrens book with theses stories and your illustrations it would be a big seller!

anyway I sure Lynell appreciates it and we thank you for sharing your wonderful talent with us!

by cvrad Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 2:54:08 am
Que história linda, Dave! Uma ninhada de gatinhos é realmente um lindo presente! Eu amo isso!!!!
Amei também a imagem!

by crys-laura Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 6:00:02 am
so wonderful Dave... you are quite unique.

by Cosme..D..Churruca Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 10:15:09 am
Dave that is an adorable story and I said you should be writing kids books or maybe scenes for animation movies. Best wishes for your future career!!!

by Kimberly.3D Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 10:55:09 am
Fine work depicting this pleasant memory.

by Jay-el-Jay Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 1:23:17 pm
A wonderful story, I can imagine it vividly, there is hardly anything better than kittens, with me! The image with the many details made with love, wonderful*****

by moni2000 Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 3:21:28 pm

by sandra46 Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 7:16:55 pm
Tiger has that satisfied expression that says, "Hey, look what I did! Now get out of my closet, I'll call you if I want anything". So kitty.
Looks like someone didn't get fixed. When we adopted one of our cats, whose name is Scoop, we were assured that she must have been spayed though there was no record from the humane society about it. Shortly after bringing her home she started to engage in loud, nocturnal, amorous trysts with our male cat (the late great siberian tabby) Dusty. This of coarse raised alarm bells with us and we assumed Scoop was still intact. Thus we decided to have the procedure done as we did not wish to add more mixed kittens to the world - the inevitable result of an unfixed female.
Well, the vet put her under and shaved her belly. And then we got a phone call explaining that Scoop has a surgical scar from being spayed. Gosh how we laughed, until the vet charged us for the spaying that he didn't do.
Scoop: The cat so nice, we fixed her twice.

Is someone a fan David Cassidy?

by KatesFriend Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 7:56:55 pm
great pic. i love the enthusiasm and excitement. well done.

by cmcc Homepage »

Nov 5, 2009 8:34:21 pm
What a wonderful story and image. So tender and sweet. Great work.

by bpclarke Homepage »

Nov 6, 2009 12:06:00 am
Fantastic illustration of a lovely story! Well done!

by FrenchKiss Homepage »

Nov 6, 2009 1:05:40 am
What a beautiful dedication and a great touch with the posters of David Cassidy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by loligagger Homepage »

Nov 6, 2009 4:53:21 am
Heheheeee....David on the wall is best :) And very clever place for camera. Awesome scene Dave!! :)

by gizmee Homepage »

Nov 6, 2009 8:04:32 am
your words mena a lot to me
you are such a great artist.. and to have comments from you is an honnor

by efron_241 Homepage »

Nov 6, 2009 8:16:10 am
What a scene,Dave:o) I allways love how you make a 'full scene' with pose/expressions e.a. SUPERB as allways...Carsten

by svendsen Homepage »

Nov 6, 2009 8:59:32 am
Very nice dedication and wonderful scene!

by Cgaynor Homepage »

Nov 6, 2009 12:43:46 pm
Absolutely beautiful work, Dave, as always. Such a sweet and touching image! And a beautiful dedication!!

by giareg Homepage »


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