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PUSS is a new stylish publication for culture-, fashion-, music- and catlovers.You will find no naff cat outfits or cat food advice, instead, beautiful photography, illustration intelligent writing, interviews and more by established as well as up-and-coming creatives from around the globe.
Believe it or not, this is not an initiative from Cultural Cat but we 💕 this. Signed up for a subscription as soon as I spotted the magazine. Fab!
And adds a human to it as well.
Not exclusively cats but we all know they play the major role.
Currently at Solde in Malmö, Sweden one can see these amazing beautiful darlings.
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Here is one designer who knows what we want.
Studies made at the Cultural Cat institute show that this is the best t-shirt ever.
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Big Edie and Little Edie were famous for both style and for a lifestyle described best as “crazy cat lady”. Among others, one collectable rescued from Grey Gardens is The list of Grey Gardens kitties.
“We’ve had 300 cats altogether. Now we have twelve. It’s true about old maids, they don’t need men if they have cats.” – Little Edie
Some of the names of the cats at Grey Gardens were: Bigelow, Pinky One, Pinky Two, Tedsy Kennedy, Hipperino, Zeppo, Little Jimmy, and Champion.
“One is a lone woman who hasn’t got much money and she’s fighting to get the same thing she always wanted – recognition as a dancer, singer, and entertaining artist. Here, I’m mother’s little helper, cleaning up after the cats.” – Little Edie
“My mother doesn’t believe in kitty litter. She prefers boxes and paper. And she’s the cat lover. So you can imagine how I suffer.” – Little Edie
Tweets about her everyday life with her pet Karl Lagerfeld.
Beside from being an adored muse
Choupette also does photo shoots
as the fierce feline she is.
Every artist – even cultural cats – has to struggle with money from time to time. Just remember: when you sell out – do it with style.
Keep track of your Cultural Cat(s).