Celebrate your stripes!
Does your kitty have stripes, whirls, spots, or bands of different colors on a single hair? If so, your cat is probably a tabby! Almost every breed of cat has a tabby variation (and many are even accepted as show cats). Check out Thursday’s Post to learn more about tabby markings. Both Cinco and Manna are tabby cats, so they agreed to model for this week’s word search!
* One Small Change-Up!*
This week there were technical difficulties on the website I usually make the interactive word search through so I made this week’s interactive word search with a different program. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles the other one has (no scoring, no sounds, and it doesn’t keep the words you found highlighted), but it does allow for more words! Just click on the first letter of the word and then click on the last letter of the word.
To play choose one of these options:
- Click on the image of the puzzle and print it from your browser.
- Right click on the image. Select “Save As” and save the image to your computer. Print as an image or place it onto a word document to print it.
- Download the PDF version of the puzzle and print from Adobe Acrobat. Click the following link to use the PDF version: Tabby Cats Word Search.pdf
- Try the online interactive version below the printable image. When you find a word, click on the first letter of the word and drag the cursor across to the end of the word. Click again on the last letter of the word.
Want the Answers?
Just send us an email with the subject line “Tabby Cats Word Search” and we’ll send you the answer key to the printable word search. 🙂