Imagine lil bby Fawnlock playing with the remote and somehow finds some violinists concerns playing and he just stares up at the TV mesmerised by the music and the way her fingers are moving and he falls in love and when John comes home he doesn't even notice he's so consumed so John leaves again and come back with a littl bby Fawnlock sized violin uwu babies
FAWNLOCK WITH A LITTLE VIOLIN!!! STOP!!!! THIS IS AGAINST THE LAW!!!!
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The Cooper Union Museum for the Arts of Decoration, now known as the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, held an exhibit in the ’40s about the cat in history and art. Nine Lives, its exhibit catalog, is available in our collection of digitized books, and was used as a reference in the Wikipedia article on the cultural depiction of cats.
If you’re curious, the Smithsonian Collections Search can point you to over 100 objects in the Cooper Hewitt about cats.