Introducing the World’s Smallest Warrior Cat Friends – or Just Random Tiny Animals

Two weeks ago I introduced you to the world’s smallest Warrior Cat:

Spurred on by all your positive comments, a couple of days later brought home some friends:

Another friendly cat:
And a funky :

After I referred to her new mini- as her Warrior , she corrected me by saying “Oh no, they’re not his friends, they’re just random animals.”  Alrighty then.  Random or not, they’re still cool.  And yes, that is a dime they’re posed by.  Impressive, no?

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38 thoughts on “Introducing the World’s Smallest Warrior Cat Friends – or Just Random Tiny Animals

  1. Those are super cute- what a great thing for a child to be creative at…she did make them, right? Perhaps you should put her in an art class- or is that where she made them?
    I used to love to make things like this…I fully intend to buy myself a potters wheel one day and becaome a hippy potter when i grow up:)
    Someday.

    Thanks for the smile, Princess Nagger.
    Tracy

  2. they are really neat!! And it is educational in so many ways to let kids create!! good for you!
    I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.

  3. Wow, she sure is artistic! She’s a very interesting person, you know. I might have to add her to my list of “What 5 People Would You Invite To Dinner, Living or Dead”! :-)

  4. Very impressive I must say… especially the way she corrected you. ~hehe~ Have a good one. My internet has been going on & off & on & off & having trouble with that rafflecopter thingy – today is just not my day! SHEESH!

  5. I’d say that young lady of yours is very imaginative. I think you’re going to have one very smart young lady in the future. Maybe an artist, or scientist, or anthropologist! Oh the possibilities of a child’s mind. Just wonderful. I know you’re very proud. Have a good day.

  6. Stacy, your girl is really talented! Those are awesome!!! Judging from the size, they are tiny and yet have incredible details. Definitely a budding artist right there!

  7. LOVE these! They ARE alive! Terrific work. She is without doubt a talented sculptor (& take it from me: I KNOW sculptors & sculpture!) Congratulations to her on great artwork, & ALWAYS encourage her to pursue it….it’s a God-given talent. Thanks for sharing these photos!

  8. Your pictures really tell a short story. Reminds me of my childhood days. Did you paint the colors of those animals?

    Really cool! Nice!

    -Markey