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In Sophomore year, I did an awsome painting, which captured the likeness (of a TV character) to a T. It rocks. It's on my wall. I've got paints, brushes, canvas, the whole kit'n'kaboodle to paint again. Problem is: I've now got Kittens. So how the **** do I paint with cats around? Painting in a closed room, not an option - anyone who knows Drizzle knows this.

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I managed to paint with 5 cats all wanting to help. Lets just say it took a lot of "noooooooo get off!" and putting them on the floor.
 

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You could add some objects to the room to keep them distracted, like toys, food or a cat tree, and have your painting equipment at the other end of the room. And make sure they know not to touch any of your things by reprimanding them with a loud 'No!' if they go near it.
 

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cat sitter video, or have lots of things handy to throw so they can play with them? Are you painting with acrylics, watercolor, or oils? I hope not oils, because then by the time it dries, you'll surely have cat hair in it, and oil paint all over your kitty. :shock:
 
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