Cat Astrology,  Feline Fine Art

Astro-Kitty Gemini & Giveaway

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Geminis cats are born between May 21 and June 21. Their element is air and their symbol is the twins.This astrological sign is ruled by Mercury the planet of communication and Gemini cats love to communicate in every way from a range of vocal sounds to physical body language. Their tails do non-stop talking! While the characteristics of Gemini cats are general, recognizing the traits are useful in decoding potential behavioral issues.

Clever Geminis, more than any other sign need more inter-active, enriched play and freedom to explore. If they are indoor only cats, they must have multiple places to perch, hide under and toys that challenge their laser-sharp minds to stave off boredom. They make excellent candidates for agility training, leash training and training in general. They were born for the limelight. Hello Animal Planet. The Gemini cat is all about intelligence, speed, Mercurial moods and curiosity. Gemini cats are charming and kittenish well into old age but don’t expect them to be loyal lap cats. They will be affectionate as it suits them. One minute they will snuggle up against you, the next second strike out at an imaginary fly and just as suddenly disappear under the coach.No other zodiac sign has the combined, skill, speed and agility of a Gemini hunter. Geminis can be high strung or anxious and respond well with homeopathic or flower essences.

Their restless nature means they sleep with one eye open and naughty is their middle name. Their dual nature means they have two speeds: going full tilt crazy busy or sleeping like the dead. They tend to have slinky, sleek bodies able to squeeze into the unlikeliest locations. They simply must know what is behind that door and look ma, the vase made a nice crashing sound and broke into a million little pieces! You can’t stay mad at them for long with their funny expressions, acrobatic poses, open minds and eager hearts. You will never be bored with a Gemini cat around.


  • Hazel Snyder

    Hi, Such a generous giveaway.
    I didn’t enter, because after all that’s happened, I wouldn’t be able to choose.
    Great Luck to all who did.

  • Sue Brandes

    Hmm Gemini describes my youngest cat. He was a stray so don’t know his birthday month. The whole last paragraph describes Tubby to a tee. LOL. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.

  • Tamago

    My Goro is Gemini kitty as estimated by vet (born end of May) and by reading this, I’m more convinced he is Gemini!
    So much things match his purrsonality – curious, naughty, funny, intelligent, etc etc..and I’m never bored with him living together!

  • Deb n Cats

    “Don’t expect them to be loyal lap cats.” (sigh) Usually they are lap cats when I don’t want them in my lap. My cross-stich gifts always come with a bit of cat hair inserted into the floss.

    If I won the contest, it would be easy to paint one of my girls. Black cat on black canvas. Just paint the eyes. Now THAT would be quite the painting.

  • da tabbies o trout towne

    best fishes ta everee one in de contest; thiz is one saweet give a wayz doods !!! pos a billatee dai$y iz a gemini; we dunno her date oh birth for sure; we know her wuz born in may….~~~~~~~~ !!

  • Katie and Coccolino

    How wonderful to learn about Geminis. My daughter was just talking this morning of Giaccolo, our cat that passed away a little over a year ago. She is only four and keeps asking when he will come back. We would love a painting of him for her room – he was such a special cat! Whoever wins this one is so lucky!

    Piggy kisses,
    Katie and Coccolino the mini pig

  • Sam and Pam

    Love to learn about the stars relative to cat purrsonalities! Also would LOVE to win the oil painting of Mr. You Know Who around here…..I paint but would never be able to do Sammy justice – landscapes? YES….. Cats or humans? NO! …… LOL


  • Sparkle

    The cat before me was a Gemini (with a moon in Aries… and a temper to match!), and she is the ONLY cat my human had as an adult that was indoor-outdoor… because she refused to be confined inside.

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