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Napster sincerely hopes that people viewing these images will enjoy them as much as we did in their creation, and that viewers will enter into the spirit of the exercise, as tongue-in-cheek and wonderful as it has been and continues to be.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Christmas Shopping

Napster would like to take the opportunity to remind everyone that his cards and prints are available to be ordered through this blog site.

A pack of 6 assorted cards sells for $20. Unframed prints are $15.00. Framed prints are $40.00.

There is a small fee for postage and handling.

They make great Christmas gifts for the Cat Lovers on your list, and help out charities at the same time!

Contact Nancy, at for ordering details!

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Mall Sprawl

Recently featured in Cottage Dog Magazine, Napster was also asked to participate in the fund-raising efforts for the Animal Shelter for Huntsville.

That meant he had to show up, and greet his adoring public... in the Huntsville Place Mall.

Like the great artiste he is, he only grumbled a little about having to be in a cage, in a strange place, with strange people and strange cats. For the most part, he was tremendously gracious, spending his three hour appearance by purring and playing with everyone who stopped to say hello.
He had donated a framed print for the Silent Auction, and was also selling unframed prints and cards for the Shelter. He raised over $200 to help the animals, so that was a great result. We had to leave before the Silent Auction closed, but he raised even more money for the Shelter with the sale of that print, so he has 'done his bit' for the Shelter cats...
Which is a good thing, because this very worthwhile institution is chronically short of funds. Donations are always welcome, whether that be monetary or volunteer time to help with the animals. And of course, finding homes for these lovely cats (and dogs!) is the next step. So if you are considering turning your house into a home, get a cat...

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Yes, Minister...

Napster is delighted to report that the print he donated to ME TO WE, at Dwight last weekend, was purchased by the Right Honourable Minister of Industry, Tony Clement.

This opens up such huge horizons... there's no limit, really, to where his artwork can now go.
Pity Tony didn't know about his artwork BEFORE the G8... after all, it was our guests at Bondi during the G8 that first bought out all his cards, and inspired him to launch his career.
So, if we can help you out with your Christmas shopping, Mr. Clement, just give us a call... We'll be happy to bring the Cat's portfolio in to your Huntsville office. Or, if you prefer, drop by, and meet Napster in person. Perhaps paint with with him...
You'd be in great company.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Portrait Painting

Fred was here this week with the Ancient Mariners' Canoe Club.

An artist in his own right, he's been following Napster's career through the Blogs, and very kindly took the time to paint the famous Cat's portrait.

Obviously, it was posed in the studio, before Napster had time to clean off his tail.

We are simply delighted with this. Napster is tickled ginger, and Achmed, well, he's gone off in a sulk...

Thanks so much Fred. The Napster Adventure continues, and this just adds lustre to it!