Fabulous Felines in History: Up, up and Away

This young swinger is here to pay tribute to his late master. Antoine de Saint-Exupèry, one of France’s most well loved authors.  He is loved and best known for the slim book, Le Petit Prince, The Little Prince.  Born 29 June, 1900 he was an aviator during WWII and his plane shot down over The Mediterranean Sea in 1944.

My name is petit renard or little fox. Perhaps my mischevious tendencies contributed in some way toward the way I was portrayed in the book? Actually, I inspired my human and gave him unconditional support throughout the process.Which is one of the many reasons, we felines, are so fabulous and have contributed so much throughout history.

“One only understands the things one tames,” said the fox. Men have no more time to understand anything. They buy things already made at the shops.  

Mon dieu, you’ve caught me in my library chair. I’m just about to curl up with a good book.

Bisous, Petit Renard, Colette et Simone, oh yes, and the human…

If any of you, or your human, have photos you would be willing to share for future Fabulous Felines in History, please forward them to us. Include your blog site or email address so we can give credit for the photo. Obviously, feline names are not necessary as they will be given names conducive to their story. Send your photos to feuetglace11@gmail.com

It is our hope, Colette, Simone and the human, that you will stop by and visit us at: https://lesdeuxdivasmavieenrose.wordpress.com/

Disclaimer: Any mistakes are the sole responsibility of human error and shall be dealt with.

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