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 Princess Nagger brought home some friends:

Another friendly cat:
And a funky cool bird:

After I referred to her new mini-sculptures as her Warrior Cat Friends, 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:)

    Thanks for the smile, Princess Nagger.

  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!