My name is Sara and I sculpt wildly creative cat figurines for a living. Each cat is one-of-a-kind.

The adorable cats rarely exceed three inches in height. They are made from polymer clay, which is a clay that hardens into a durable plastic-like material in the oven. I paint the clay sculptures with acrylics, pastels, and sometimes metal powders. Most of the tiny cats have luminous lifelike eyes, which I painstakingly craft as well.

The themes for my beautiful sculptures are endless. World culture. Pop culture. Fashion. Myths. Fairy tales. Space and science. Pretty much anything I’m in the mood for. Each cat takes fifteen to sixty hours to complete. I make four to eight cats a month, and they’re often sold within minutes of listing them on eBay, to buyers all over the world.

I hope you enjoy looking at these funky little cats!

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My Friend Through Many Dangers

Gandalf the blue-point on a wee Shadowfax.

The Little Merkitty

The statue in Denmark was the inspiration for this. She’s coming to life, starting with her head.


Modern Kyoto at night has been painted around the base of this surreal beauty.

Luminiferous Aether

Groovy, huh?

Reaper, the Bounty Hunter Cat

A lot of NMM (non-metallic metal) technique used on this bad ass tortoiseshell. Mice beware!

Texan Tycoon

Texans, if your flame-point Himalayan ever comes into big oil, here’s what to expect.

St. Martin

This kitty makes you want to visit the Caribbean, don’t he?


If the planet Jupiter were a kitty, I’m pretty sure this is how it would look. The Galilean moons are orbiting his tail.

Bad Kitty

What a little devil!


What a Bollywood goddess!

Captain Blackmeow

Don’t touch his rum!


Space as a kitty, protecting a planet. Those are micro spiral galaxies in her eyes.

The Bambino

The King of Swat has never looked cuter.