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Bunny Meat 112: Cat Shrine by RomanJones Bunny Meat 112: Cat Shrine by RomanJones
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foxred1988 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cute, but weird... Cueird? 
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ElectricGecko Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2018
The best kind of little kid is the creepy macabre little kid.
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RomanJones Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
Agreed
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AnnieManga Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2018  Student General Artist
I'd probably find this creepy if it wasn't for the fact that I have a father who studies Ancient Egyptian culture and their customs; the cats' remains being treated this way and having samples of their fur reminds me of how Ancient Egyptians worshipped cats and treated them with reverence and respect.

I'm sure the child probably didn't know this, but it's kinda cool that she did that for her pet cats.
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RomanJones Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
That's a very good point. She's doing something automatically that many ancient cultures would see is normal.
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Seanfall Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2018
We still have our Dog's ashes. They sit on a mantle in the living Room. We don't make people pet the container though. It was clearly important to the girl Good on the babysitter (don't know if it's you or not.) for not freaking out. 
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RomanJones Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
I think everyone in the story behaved appropriately for tgeor situation, yeah.
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JWiesner Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2018  Professional
...I actually think this is kinda sweet. She really loved their cats, and I don't mind if people keep remains of their pets for memory. I only hope they cleaned the fur samples because parasites and stuff.
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RomanJones Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
I think it's sweet, too.
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Aoirann Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2018
Rather odd. But if it helps the kid mourn.
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RomanJones Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
It's pretty respectable for a kid, imho.
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Beginneratart Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I kind of made a shrine too when a dog we rescued off the road (and planned to adopt) died of some sort of disease. But it really was just a drawing I stuck up on the wall in my corner full of other drawings. That's the only reason I remember when he died. 
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RomanJones Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
I think it's important for us as a species to make memorials, especially as children.
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Beginneratart Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
True. I don't like to be seen as too sentimental, but I think it's important to remember the deceased and do something in honour of them. 
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dragondoodle Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's so interesting what kids will focus on. Creepy, but interesting. :nod:
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RomanJones Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
Kids are fascinating.
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JuneDelph Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
One girl I very briefly went out with had a symbolic kapla altar for her dead cat. She later collected a few of my hair, braided them and put them on a second altar. I did not stick around long.
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RomanJones Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
And people wonder why stuff like what Is commonly called witchcraft developes naturally.
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