The Happy Cat
It doesn't always happen, but find out from the Production page how they are made stripy and with rounded-grain faces (it took me several months of cutting cats out before it dawned on me how I could partly control the process).
The very first time I cut out cat spatulas, I drilled pilot holes in the first two for putting the scroll saw blade in to cut out teeth. . After spending rather a long time sawing out not-very-good teeth in the first mouth, I looked round and the other cat was saying to me a mixture of "Ooooh! How can you do this to me?" and "Owww! That's SO hot!". I never looked back - and they never have teeth.
No two spatulas will ever be exactly the same. Each piece of wood is different, and the shape, curve and grain make up the character of each spatula. Cut, sanded, finished and oiled by hand, each one is unique, and the photographs should be treated as a fair guide only.