Sunday Cat! #324 December 15, 2013
Sunday Cat! #324 December 15, 2013
3 months ago
Welcome all to the Sunday cat thread. Brought to you every week since Anton AK first started the thread. Then turned over to John King who performed an incredible job. John turned the thread over to Warriormouse who kept the ship afloat till turning the thread over to me due to his study needs. We wish you well Warren.
Thanks to all the people that make this thread work so well. A big thanks to StanTsui for filling in for me when I was not able to do so. Remember all makes of cameras are welcome. So show off your cat pictures anytime.
In the spotlight from last week!
Any box will do.
As said by Warriormouse, “Photos can be more than just art, they can be memories, so come share your picture and stories of your feline companions with us. Come one, come all; all cats and cameras welcome. Add your favourite cat shot to the collection. No time limits, taken any time, any place, any camera.”
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Officially named 'Miss Priss', her name fits her very well. She normally doesn't like me photographing her, but she was enjoying our bed too much to protest!
Cupid looks like the 'playful' type for sure!
She is a sweet little thing -- I think my wife sometimes gets a bit jealous when I talk sweet to Prissy.
Yep any new box into the house is a source of fascination is it not?
Whilst I played with new/old E3 Cat played with the box it came in.
A Catastrophe happened just after this when a leg went down the gap with much howling and hissing. I had to remove said "injured" limb from the trap caused by cat weight locking leg in gap thus reinforcing cat opinion that cameras are not to be trusted.
The chore of changing the sheets and making the bed is rarely helped by the assistance of a helpful kitten assistant (not much help now she's grown either)
I yet again has forgotten to change flash settings away from fill & so motion we have portrayed but I rather like the effect as Cat was certainly frenetic
K1W1 55 wrote:--
Some Slideshows of a wee bit of my work, more to be added if I ever sort out my music rights issues.
No wonder this little cutey is all excited about fish and other seafood!
Lovely! They are so much fun when they are young.
That they are, I miss those days, I had considered getting another to go through the "fun months" again but decided against as JC does notshare me well with others and not to mention Brits are a bit pricey, the price of a new 50mm macro plus in fact.
I have raised her like a small, cleaner less time taking dog as I feel Brits are kinda the small dogs of the cat world. (well many anyway). Follow you everywhere, wait at the door for your arrival home, try to "help" with what ever you are doing but taking screws away when you are in the middle of assembling/disassembling things like old cameras is not helpful. Will sit beside you on a chair, but not on you (unless it is very cold or they are feeling a bit off weather). Will tolerate reluctantly for a wee while being picked up and cuddled but display lots of screwed up humorous face expressions during & then lots of squirming.
I interact with her most of the time rather than seeing her as a fury shedding furniture sitter & she seems to pay it back. She obeys some commands like leaving rooms when time to sleep, comes (sometimes eventually) when called, brings her toys back & leaves them by my bedroom door where they are stored.
Ahh unhappy Kitties and Catius Stoneous Faceous - maybe observing.