How to draw a Cat
Cats can be very hard to draw because of their complex markings and varied poses. Often a thin cat will look very fat when sitting (which is why famous author James Thurber once wrote, "cats sit fat and walk thin"). Sometimes when you try to add the body and legs, it just doesn't look quite right.
But we believe that drawing a cat can be pretty easy if you break it down into some simple steps. If you have a cat of your own, watch it when it's sleeping or sitting and try to think of the body position in shapes such as circles or ovals. Once you can take a hard-to-draw shape and think of it more simply, you're on your way to being a better artist.
If you would like to send us your cat drawing, just put your FIRST name, age and place in the world you live on back, and send it to: Chunky Monkey, P.O. Box 64, Absecon, NJ 08201. Sorry, but we won't be able to return your sketch.
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