Three cats make Challah bread (two parent cats with their kitten).
I titled it “Hallah!” instead of Challah so that when spoken, it sounds similar to “Holla!” When spelled “Hallah” it also references a piece of dough which is separated from the rest and put aside for a Kohen (priest) in the time of the Jewish Temple. In contemporary times it is often fed to birds or burnt in the oven. I like the idea of these “cats” making bread to give to their bird contemporaries (rather than killing or eating them).
This is a part of a print series called “Cooperation Cats” which includes Cooperation Cats, Cooperation Cats: Love, Resistance, Justice, Commune, Foraging For Food, Harvest, Mend, Moon Garden, and Mutual Aid (which are all out of print) as well as these prints available for purchase: