“We’ve written these cards to guide you, our human companions, in the way of feline wisdom. We know that it’s not always easy being human, and we’re happy to share our insights with you. We suggest that anytime you feel that you need inspiration, you just curl up in your favorite chair…and pull out one of our cards.” – The feline authors
Cat Comfort Cards is a 50-card deck that is absolutely saturated with color. I’ve reviewed dozens of decks and this one is by far the most colorful! Magenta, fuchsia, chartreuse, lemon yellow, electric orange, violet, cobalt—you get the picture.
It’s a straightforward deck, without any guidebook. What you get are 50 vibrant, whimsical cards that feature a feline-related saying one side and some advice on the other. Some examples include:
Technocat – Learn a new skill. It will open up many possibilities.
Bureaucat – Get that paperwork done. You’ll feel better.
Scaredy Cat – Face your fears. They will disappear when you confront them.
Cat’s Eye – Open that inner eye. You’ll see what’s really happening.
Angel Cat – Know that you’re loved and protected.
Catharsis – Enjoy the freedom that comes with release.
Catacomb – Look deep inside. Take time to meditate or journey within.
As with most decks published by Hay House, Cat Comfort Cards are of sturdy stock with a glossy finish. Lavish illustrations, bright colors, and a playful font grace each card—both front and back.
These cards are major eye candy. I enjoyed going through each one, soaking in the amazing colors. Some of the cards were downright funny. One of my favorites is Cata-holic, which depicts a passed out cat surrounded by milk cartons. The message is “Curb your excesses. Everything in moderation.”
Cat lovers will go wild over this unique deck. But even if you’re not overly thrilled with cats, the original artwork and vivid colors will likely pull you in. Although Cat Comfort Cards are not touted to be an oracle, I can certainly see this deck easily filling that role.
Below are 6 card images from this deck:
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