Where in the World is Brewskie Butt Meowin' Today?
The Brew's Worldwide Just Meowin' Tour
by Vicki Boatright, featuring artwork by the author
This delightful book is a true collectible! Follow the worldwide adventures of Brewskie Butt (AKA The Brew), a cat character based on a real feline of the same name.
Animal artist BZTAT (pronounced bee-zee-tat) has illustrated the Brew's adventures in 27 colorful drawings featuring her beloved cat in places all around the world in this fun picture book. Self-published by the artist herself, it is a tribute to her cat's sensational appeal to pet lovers around the world.
BZTAT and the Brew are known to many around the world because of their innovative uses of social media. Their playful interaction between pet and human servant can be followed on Facebook and Twitter, and the Brew's daily adventures can be seen on his blog at www.justmeowin.com.
The book features a foreward written by Laurie Ruettimann, a highly acclaimed Human Resources consultant, speaker and writer, social media genius, and world renown cat lover. Laurie and Artist BZTAT met online and developed a rapport though the antics of their ginger and white cats, who bear a striking resemblance to each other.
Artist Vicki Boatright, known as “BZTAT” (pronounced bee-zee-tat), is an world renown artist and avid pet lover. She creates colorful contemporary artworks that celebrate the human animal bond, including: drawings, paintings, custom pet portraits, murals, etc. BZTAT Studios, LLC is located in the trendy Canton, OH arts district. BZTAT also has a gallery at Embrace Pet Insurance in Beachwood, OH. BZTAT has used social media to develop a worldwide audience for her artwork. She created the Brewskie Butt character from her pet cat of that name, who has his own social media following called "Brew's Posse". She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree and a Master of Arts Degree in the visual arts from Marshall University in Huntington, WV and a Masters Degree in counseling from Marshall University. Vicki signs her artwork BZTAT in homage to a feline companion of that name, who was an artistic inspiration to her for 19 years.