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rickr

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I rarely have the opportunity to photograph cats outdoors. But on my way home from the Cat Writer's Association Conference in Houston this June, I took a short detour out to Montgomery, Texas to photograph some beautiful cats. The owners' cats live in a giant indoor/outdoor catico. Although I chose to shoot mostly indoor portraits, below are a few outdoor images from the session.

Jordan:




Callie:


Sara:


RooRoo:


Leaping over Bubba (She's quite the acrobat)
 

dustydiamond1

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I rarely have the opportunity to photograph cats outdoors. But on my way home from the Cat Writer's Association Conference in Houston this June, I took a short detour out to Montgomery, Texas to photograph some beautiful cats. The owners' cats live in a giant indoor/outdoor catico. Although I chose to shoot mostly indoor portraits, below are a few outdoor images from the session.

Jordan:




Callie:


Sara:


RooRoo:


Leaping over Bubba (She's quite the acrobat)
WoW! RooRoo really lives up to his name :yess:
 

Jack B

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Great photos. Ginger is envious of the cats with the wonderful outdoor cat patio. We have an enclosed garden but it's just a wasteland right now. We tried having a garden last summer but the mice got in and ate everything. But it's still a cool place for a kitty to be safely outside.
Garden1.jpg

This is good dirt.
Garden2.jpg

Oh yeah, really good dirt!
Garden3.jpg

But the view is better from up here. Too much fun.
Jack and Ginger
 

Merlin77

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That brings back memories (nightmares?) of the evening we got home and there was Miss Eleanor stuck up in a tree in the wind and rain. I had to get my ladder out to fetch her down, wrapped in an old jacket.
Oh my! Glad that she was okay.

Luckily the tree Thor was in is pretty short, so he wasn't in much danger!
 

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