All cats are unique. They come into our lives and weasel their way into our hearts, even the strange-and-not-so-friendly-ones. Ace is our daughter Erin's cat. She got him when she was still in high school. He arrived one day in the engine of a friend's car who was at our house visiting. He was covered in oil and grease and was a tiny little thing. I think that ride in the car's engine had an affect on his brain and his personality. I have been around lots of cats, but not one as unusual as ACE.
He now resides full time with our daughter, who lives in Utah. Whenever she visits, I always see scratch marks and teeth marks where the little "devil child" has attacked, always just playing. So here is a painting showing Ace's kitten days, when he was such a cutie, and not so badie.