Step 10: Darken the triangle-like shape on top of the head, on the left side, to create the cat's first ear. Make the overall shape curvier and shorter. Add a line inside for the ear opening. The bottom of the ear should be situated inside the head. Add a series of strokes within the shape for the fur.
Step 11: Use the triangle-like shape on the right side as a guide draw the cat's other ear the same way. Darken the basic path of the shape and draw another curved line inside for the ear opening. Use a series of strokes inside the ear for the fur found there.
Step 12: Use the main circle as a guide to draw the rest of the sleeping cat's head. Make the shape of the head a bit wider than the initial circle. Use short strokes to create a fur-like texture. Don't darken the top part and leave a section on the left side blank because that's where the cat's paw will go.
Step 13: Under the head on the left side, draw a big, curved line for the cat's first paw. This shape should be within the body. Leave enough room at the bottom for the other paw. The line for the paw should come in toward the head a bit at the top. This represents the head resting on the paw. Add a couple of curved lines within the shape of the paw to separate the cat's individual toes.
Step 14: Under the first paw, draw a long, curved line for the second paw. Use the initial shape of the sleeping cat's body as a guide to draw the paw along its edge. Inside the shape, on the left side, draw a couple of curved line to separate the toes.