Back in my student days in the 1970s, a children's film hit the cinemas that was a bit of a cult hit among students. It was called "Dougall and the Blue Cat" and was a feature length version of a children's teatime show called "The Magic Roundabout". (I've often how they got away with a show where one of the main characters was a stoner rabbit at that time of the evening, but that's beside the point). My point actually being that in memory of that film, I'm often tempted to colour cats blue.
Actually I've coloured this little chap grey and blue to go with the odds and ends of paper that I've used. He's my favourite image from one of my favourite stamp sets, Katzelkraft's "Las Chats Russes". I coloured him in with Promarkers then randomly removed some of the ink around his face using a blender pen. I think the snarky/sarky sentiment, a stamp from Rubber Dance, sums him up perfectly.
This is a "naughty" entry for this month's Naughty or Nice challenge, Feature a Creature.