Arthur Rackham (September 19, 1867 to September 6, 1939) the British illustrator, is famous for his whimsy, delicate drawings, and fairy tale themes. Poor Cecco (1925) is one such story, by Marjory Bianco, who also wrote the Velveteen Rabbit (1922). But it was Poor Ceeco Rackham illustrated, and despite the story being about a toy dog, it featured a real cat, a real fictional cat, and a fictional fictional frog. You can see it at google images. But here--- is another Rackham cat. It appeared in his illustrations for Grimm's Fairy Tales (1903).