From my continuing weekly Sunday series of cats in art. I'm using some ideas from the coffee table book, The Cat in Art, by Stefano Zuffi.
Image credit WikiPaintings, here. A Kind of Cat, Paul Klee, 1937, 21 cm x 27 cm, other info unavailable.
This is the second of the Klee paintings I was able to uncover. It looks more cat-like the further back you view the image. The kitty is subtle, seemingly partly hidden, and an interesting blend of pastel blues, greens, oranges and grays. Definitely not a mainstream feline.
But all in all, I guess you could call it "A Kind of Cat," which is the title conferred by Klee.