- Le Maître Chat ou Le Chat Botté | Master Cat; or Puss in Boots - Charles Perrault (4)
- Original Work (1)
- Sleeping Beauty (1959) (1)
- Cinderella (Fairy Tale) (1)
- 12 Dancing Princesses (Fairy Tale) (1)
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Fandoms: Le Maître Chat ou Le Chat Botté | Master Cat; or Puss in Boots - Charles Perrault, Tommelise | Thumbelina - Hans Christian Andersen
11 Feb 2016
With his homelife in sudden slobbery upheaval, Puss takes on a new case: A little lady who puts a new spin on 'little' that's gone missing.
Warning: The story of Thumbelina involves a lot of rude, and edible, small animals. Puss is tragically a slave to his nature, but that won't stop him from solving the case.
- Part 4 of Two-Booted Tales
Once upon a time there was a beautiful young girl. Her lips were full, her skin was soft and dark, and her hair floated around her head. People knew she was beautiful, but they did not realize she was a she.
Inspired by seeing multiple requests, here is my take on Cinderella. Or Ash, as she's known here.
Fandoms: Le Maître Chat ou Le Chat Botté | Master Cat; or Puss in Boots - Charles Perrault, 12 Dancing Princesses (Fairy Tale)
04 Apr 2014
It’s the biggest event of the year, a debutante ball with twelve sisters at once. But when they don’t come down to the ball, all signs point to something terrible happening. Puss finds himself once again saving the day, with a little more help than usual from his owner.
Name's Puss. Puss in Boots. I'm a cat who's seen action. Scratched a few noses. Been scratched a few times. Never had my fur ruffled. Not until this one case.
- Part 3 of Two-Booted Tales
Fandoms: Le Maître Chat ou Le Chat Botté | Master Cat; or Puss in Boots - Charles Perrault, Sleeping Beauty (Fairy Tale), Sleeping Beauty (1959)
21 Nov 2013
Puss has had it good, but unfortunately in the process of marrying off his owner to a rich dame, he’s gotten his owner a reputation as a problem solver. When the little lady finds out that a local castle has a girl cursed to sleep forever on the grounds, she demands her husband to save the girl. Which means Puss has to do it.
"Oh yes," breathed Mrs. Rich. "A real princess. Doomed to sleep forever."
My ears perked.
"No castle," said Mr. Rich through his nose, "is worth its salt without at least one member of cursed royalty on the grounds."
- Part 2 of Two-Booted Tales
Fandom: 12 Dancing Princesses (Fairy Tale), Le Maître Chat ou Le Chat Botté | Master Cat; or Puss in Boots - Charles Perrault, Sleeping Beauty (1959), Sleeping Beauty (Fairy Tale), Tommelise | Thumbelina - Hans Christian Andersen
11 Feb 2016
In the city of Neverwood, during Prohibition-era America, there's a lot of stories to be told. One of them is Puss in Boots. Puss (with his cute little boots) was left to Bill 'Stupid Kid' Miller by his dear old dad, who was quite the detective up until the day he died. Now Bill keeps running into mysteries that Puss is way more suited to handle. And this cat can't resist a challenge.
For more fairy-tale retellings, art, and behind the scene notes, go to 2BootedTales, Jean and Mae's personal archive.