Cats On Bikes

I’m so glad I found these bikes. I had no idea how much kitten dolls enjoyed bikes until I got them. They actually got a bit rowdy.

They had a game of Chicken.

Their mama managed to redirect them.

Then they rode tandem. No hands! Er, paws.

Then they rode off on their own.

I’m not sure where they went.

If you see them, let me know.

They’re about, well, kitten-sized…several inches tall, and not considered dangerous.
Special thanks to Max Bailey’s cat Hedda for minding them as best she could.

From left to right, “Fiona“, “Ziggy“, and “Hedda“. Please visit our online doll gallery to see more of our original, one-of-a-kind, folk art dolls.

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