Not the sort of cat that pukes on your bed, your head or your couch. How pedestrian! Any cat can do that.
Not just the sort of cat that tracks mud in the house, gets soot on his feet, or sap in his fur. Sure this might catch the hoomans by surprise, but it’s all pretty much something you could expect.
I want you to imagine a Business Cat who gets mustard on his button down shirts. Lipstick on his collar. Grease on his elbow. Pizza in his box.The cat who forgets to use a pocket protector and gets ink all over his shirt pockets. This cat has been known to spill coffee, wine and even something that may have been pressurized cheese. Perhaps this cat once came home with tar stains, spots and globs. This cat has been stained with dog blood, mouse juice and sparrow puree. This cat once got arrested for vandalism, and when you picked him up at the clink, you learned that he’d been tagging the walls with Sharpie pens, (which he stole from your desk) and of course he got the ink all over himself.
I think I’ve found a fabric that can survive all of these abuses.
I’m pretty sure that this batik print, which seems to include every possible color, will hide any stain that man or beast could direct toward it.
I think this fabric would hide any stain.
What do you think? Would mustard just disappear? You would only smell the tar now. You’d never see it. What I like is that this fabric is pretty, too!
This Batik is 100% cotton and has a nice, heavy hand. It was imported from India and is one of several batiks I currently have available in my studio.