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About: Today's fun new puzzle is base on watercolor painting by Henriette Ronner. It this beautiful painting Ronner depicts a mother cat and it's four cute kittens playing with a guitar. Pick your difficulty level, put the puzzle pieces back together and see the cute cats playing. Have fun!
Image Source / Credits: Henriette Ronner, c. 1876 - c. 1877, The Rijksmuseum

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