What is a cat doing here?

Long-ago people in Peru made BIG art on hills. This kitty was covered up. Workers cleared stones and sand off it. The cat is one of hundreds of “Nazca Lines.”

Read More: Animals, birds, trees, flowers. What were the Nazca Lines for? To track the stars? As part of a religion? We really do not know. The artists dug into the desert ground about four to six inches deep. That took away the reddish-brown pebbles on top. Light-colored clay is underneath. The line drawings stood out. People on other hills could see them. People today get a good look from planes or drones. Psalm 33:13 says, “The Lord looks down from heaven; He sees all the children of man.”