Children look at pictures of cats and then draw a cat with pencil; sitting or lying. After this the cat has to be divided in sections. Not just at random, but taking into account the recognizable parts of the body. The tail is a section, and so is the leg or the thigh. Take a fine marker or indian ink and trace the outlines. After this every section gets its own texture. The texture has to be as the cat himself: curved lines instead of crooked lines. The head of the cat is mostly white, to make sure eyes and whiskers stand out.
When the drawing is ready, it has to be cut out and pasted on a background.