Summary: If you like white cats, this art deck is a cute collector’s item.
Lo Scarabeo, the prolific Italian publisher of some of the most beautiful Tarot decks in the world, has made available several of their decks in a "mini" size of 44 x 80 mm (about 1.73 x 3.15 inches), about 1/3 smaller than most Tarot decks. This makes them very easy to carry with you anywhere and everywhere. The cards do not have the same protective coating as most decks so they may not last as long as full-sized decks.
So what is the Mini Tarot of White Cats? Simply take out the heads and hands of the characters on the Rider-Waite-Smith deck and replace them with heads and paws of fluffy white cats. That’s it. The Little White Booklet does have a cute six-card spread.
If you really like white cats, you'll adore this deck. If you’re a professional Tarot reader and have a client who just loves white cats, you could use this deck when reading for them. It also makes a great fun gift for your favorite Tarot reader.
This is an adorable and cute Tarot deck for people who love white cats in an easy-to-carry mini size. If you're a "cat person," this is the deck for you.
There is one card where the main figure isn’t a white cat. It’s The Fool. You guessed it. The Fool is a white dog.
Name of deck:Tarot of White Cats (mini) Publisher: Lo Scarabeo ISBN: 9780738712376 Artist’s names: Severino Baraldi Name of accompanying booklet:Tarot of White Cats Number of pages of booklet: 32 ( just over 7 in English) Reading Uses: Maybe general readings for someone who really likes white cats. Theme: White Cats Tarot, Divination Deck, Other: Tarot Does it follow Rider-Waite-Smith Standard?: Yes Does it have extra cards?: No
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