Draw an oval on the sheet of paper; it’s the body of our kitten.
Next to the left, covering the part of the oval, draw a circle. This will be a head.
Draw the tail below with the help of two lines; it’s pressed to the body.
Adjusting the contours
Now erase the unnecessary lines of the tail and correct the contours.
Two small pointed triangles represent the ears.
Add two more triangles inside the ears.
Start drawing the animal’s muzzle. Draw a small nose in the center of the head.
Draw the mouth at the bottom. Draw semicircles from the tip of the nose to the left and to the right.
Draw the eye. Our cat is sleeping that’s why its eyes are closed.
Don’t forget about whiskers. They are one of the principal organs of orientation in space for cats.
Correct the back and draw a line on the tail.
Draw the outlines of the legs, add hair on the head.
Partially erase the oval, add a couple of hairs on the head.
The last details are the hair on the legs.
The kitten is ready for coloring. You can color it in gray as it’s shown in the picture but don’t forget that there are cats of different colors in the world. You can be creative and add spots on the back, for example.