The description of Kitty Puzzles
Kitty Puzzles - a set of 20 cute jigsaw puzzles in 1 game with kats, kittens, kitty.
This puzzle game havs 3 difficulties:
Easy - 3x3 puzzle = 9 tiles
Medium - 5x5 puzzle = 25 tiles
Hard - 7x7 puzzle = 49 tiles
You can choose any picture you want from 20 proposed to play kitty jigsaw puzzles.
Suggested Kitty Puzzles game contains different images connected with cute kats, kittens, kitty.
Everyone will find cute puzzle to play.
For puzzle fans - some questions/answers about puzzles:
Q: When was the Golden Age of jigsaw puzzles ?
A: 1920's - 1930's. With the onset of the Great Depression in 1929, puzzles for adults enjoyed a resurgence of popularity, peaking in early 1933 when sales reached an astounding 10 million per week ! Puzzles offered an escape from the troubled times, as well as an opportunity to succeed in a modest way. Completing a jigsaw puzzle gave a sense of accomplishment that was hard to come by when the unemployment rate was climbing above 25 percent.
Q: In mid-1932 there was a vogue for what type of puzzle ?
A: advertising puzzles. Retail stores offered free puzzles with the purchase of a toothbrush, a flashlight, or hundreds of other products. What better way to keep a brand name before the public than to have customers working for hours to assemble a picture of the product ?
Q: The autumn of 1932 brought a novel concept, the weekly jigsaw puzzle. The die-cut 'Jig of the Week' retailed for 25 cents and appeared on the news stands on which day of the week ?
A: Wednesday. People rushed to buy them and to be the first among their friends to solve that week's puzzle. There were dozens of weekly series including 'Picture Puzzle Weekly', 'B-Witching Weekly', 'Jiggers Weekly', and 'Movie Cut-Ups' featuring popular films.
Q: With improvements in lithography and die-cutting, cardboard puzzles became more attractive, especially when which American jigsaw puzzle producer introduced high quality reproductions of fine art on jigsaws ?
A: Springbok. In 1965 hundreds of Americans struggled to assemble Jackson Pollock's 'Convergence', billed by Springbok as 'the world's most difficult jigsaw puzzle'.
Q: Experimentation with pop-up figure pieces led to what kind of jigsaw puzzle?
A: three-dimensional puzzles.
For cats fans - some facts about cats:
Every year, nearly four million cats are eaten in Asia.
On average, cats spend 2/3 of every day sleeping. That means a nine-year-old cat has been awake for only three years of its life.
Unlike dogs, cats do not have a sweet tooth. Scientists believe this is due to a mutation in a key taste receptor.
When a cat chases its prey, it keeps its head level. Dogs and humans bob their heads up and down.
The technical term for a cat’s hairball is a “bezoar.”
A group of cats is called a “clowder.”
Female cats tend to be right pawed, while male cats are more often left pawed. Interestingly, while 90% of humans are right handed, the remaining 10% of lefties also tend to be male.
cat climb down
A cat cannot climb head first down a tree because its claws are curved the wrong way A cat can’t climb head first down a tree because every claw on a cat’s paw points the same way. To get down from a tree, a cat must back down.
Cats make about 100 different sounds. Dogs make only about 10.
A cat’s brain is biologically more similar to a human brain than it is to a dog’s. Both humans and cats have identical regions in their brains that are responsible for emotions.
There are more than 500 million domestic cats in the world, with approximately 40 recognized breeds.
Disclaimer: Any images are copyright of their legal owners.
No copyright infringement is intended, any request to remove any image will be honored.
All the images in this application are not endorsed by any of the owners, and are used only for aesthetic purposes.
This puzzle is an unofficial and fan based.