Cat Poem PrintBespoke Verse
A witty and warm cat poem which can be personalised with the name of a beloved feline friend!
Our stylish A4 cat print is the perfect gift for a cat lover - for birthdays, Christmas or perhaps the arrival of a new pet.
The theme is all about the things cats do - whether purring, pouncing, exploring or whiskery kissing!
It's written by award-winning Bespoke Verse poet Joanna Miller, who based the poem on her much-missed cat, Moshie. The gorgeous design is by Russet and Gray.
The print is available in a choice of coloured fonts: grey, brown or black (on brown card). For an extra fee, we can personalise the title of the poem by using the name of a special cat. Please note only one name will fit on the print!
The print comes unframed, but we'd be happy to frame it for you. There is a choice of three wooden frames: smooth white, stepped white and slim black.
The poem is printed onto the highest quality GF Smith A4 card (330gsm) using Dura-Bright waterproof ink. Unframed prints are sent out in super-stiff envelopes.The lightweight wooden frames are either stepped matt white with a slightly grained effect, smooth satin white or slim matt black. Each frame has a hook for wall hanging. The front is perspex. There is no mount around the print. Each frame is hand-finished in the UK by Fine Art Trade Guild commended framers. The framed product is dispatched in a purpose-made picture box. The print is H30 x W21cm (A4) and when framed is H34.5 x W25.7 x D2cm
CatA curler, a leaper, a company keeper A padder, a stalker, a fencetop walker A mouse catcher, sharp-clawed scratcher A purrer, a lapper, a daytime napper A whiskery kisser, arched back hisser A groomer, a licker, a keen cat nipper An elegant slinker, a toy chasing tinker A growler & mewer, fighter & wooer A water hater, a stay out later A collar bearer & fur coat wearer A pouncer, a player, sometimes a strayer An agile explorer, prowler & pawer A leg rubber & affection lover A pet to remember & family member That’s what makes a Cat! Copyright Joanna Miller 2014. (Author's permission required to reproduce this poem).