The Best Tats of Pussy Cats
I love cats. I always have and always will. When I was a very young child I wanted to grow up to be a mountain lion. My fascination with cats has never ended. They are aloof, but friendly...calm, but crazy...and quiet, yes, definitely, usually quiet (except when they are crazy, of course).
The big cats are even more fascinating. Beautiful and deadly, they rule their worlds. Lions, tigers, leopards are sleek, agile and commanding. You could never pass one in the wild without looking at it with at least a little unease. Unpredictability is one of a cat's greatest traits. You can never be sure if they are sleeping, or just playing and planning some sort of sabotage.
My current tattoo is a tiger. I would like to get another tattoo, but I have not yet found it. I don't know what it will look like, but I am sure I will recognize it when I see it. After all it only took me 15 years to recognize my first one.
I have found some fabulous tattoos searching for the one I need. I search most often through the big cats and thought I would share some of the best with you all.
Pussy-cat tattoos are very nice, but not really my style. I like something a little more wild to wear. I keep kitty cats, but the big cats are where it's at in my book. Lions and tigers are much more to my liking.
I am pretty partial to tigers. Not just because I was born during the year of the tiger in the Chinese zodiac. Tigers are my favorite big cat after mountain lions.
I've never had a great deal of luck finding good leopard tattoos. However, I find plenty of pictures of people with tattooed leopard spots. I do not really understand the attraction to this... but in some cases it does look interesting...
Lucky Cat Tattoos...Hmmm, If I'm ever in Vegas I may have to look this place up.
Here are a few tattoos of cats that I though were just plain fun. I hope you enjoy them.
Fun Cat Tattoos
Some Great Cat Tattoos--It May Take 2 Minutes, But It Is Well Worth The Watch!
I got my first tattoo before tattoos were considered "cool". Most people thought only biker chicks or "women of the night" got tattoos in those days. I was neither...just a nurse with a love of tattoos. A love that continues today.
Although tattoos are not for everyone, it seems they are for more and more people lately. Body art has become a form of personal expression and adornment. Gone are the days that tattoos were only for sailors, bikers or hustlers. Personally, I am glad to see tattoos gain some social acceptance.