The Scottish town of Dumfries wishes you good luck, as do I. The postcard was mailed from Edinburgh to Fort Worth, Texas in 1949.
A comical depiction of a cat wounded in battle. The postcard was mailed from Bridgehampton to Brooklyn, New York in 1908.
Published by Bamforth & Co., this divided back Easter postcard shows a hatching chick watched intently by two kittens.
Here’s an expression I haven’t heard in a long time. I vow, from this day forward, to work “sufferin’ cats” into conversations whenever feasible.
Published by the Rotograph Co.and copyrighted in 1905, this real photo postcard features a seriously cute kitten.
A comic cat postcard from the folks at Colourpicture.
Oh look, cute kitties in a little car! It reminds me of those short films (the “Dogville” series for instance) that placed animals in human situations.
Another of those imaginative Halloween postcards, one that includes three jack o’ lanterns (two of them green!) and a crazy-looking black cat. I don’t know the publisher of this embossed card, but it does have a tiny logo/icon on the back that appears to show a child dropping a postcard into a mailbox.
This Halloween postcard was published by Whitney Valentine Co. of Worcester, Massachusetts, and features two cats, a jack o’ lantern, and an unusual witch/owl hybrid. Weird but fun!
This divided back postcard features an a painting of four kittens, but unfortunately I can’t decipher the artist’s name. (Adam?) The publisher is unclear as well, notated on the back with a logo that consists of the letters A.C. in an elegant script. It was mailed in 1910.