Saraphina, the Moon Cat

A new illustration from our book, “The Tales of Astro Cat’, Chapter “The Generations”. Excerpt illustration:
Moon Cat  Five  Med Res.
“Saraphina was so called because she loved to spend her evenings gazing at the moon. She was, as her forbears had been, an expert mouser, but when her work was done she would find a place in the garden under the open sky. In later years she began to scratch large crater-like holes in the ground – to the wonderment and dismay of the friars. They found her one night, the breath of her life having left her, but her eyes still gazing peacefully at the moon.”

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