A rather literary mouse, named for a 19th century French author, does some research at Rev. Felix Catgore’s Library of Animal Characters. First up is the classic “Puss in Boots.” Other volumes of interest are stacked below: a tome on Cornish fishing harbors and “The Mousetrap” by Agatha Christie.
The trademark acorn appears on the spine of one of the books. The boot on the interior clearly belongs to Puss, as it bears his initial “P.”
Artist: David Lawerence
Carving Date: 2002
1.6" wide, 1.8" long, 2.9" high
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