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Discussion in 'Fur Pictures and Videos Only!' started by cccdlx, Sep 2, 2013.
Here is a better picture of lilly's eyes after she climbed up on my lap to look at the laptop.
What a stunning face!
A lovely kitty love the big pretty eyes.
Nika & Lilly
Kiri & Nika
Wow, Your babies are BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!
This thread has a lot of absolutely beautiful cats! Here are mine;
Atari (Brown) and Fawkes (Orange)
I love that they actually let me get this close to their faces with my phone. :3
They are lovely! I love Atari's face, while loving Fawkes eyes (I'm tempted to ask if she/he is named after Guy Fawkes)
Thought this pic showed her eyes nicely (now including her brand new collar!):
Atari has the forever kitten-face as a result of being the runt. Fawkes' name actually came about from being around her. We originally called her 'Fox' because she doesn't meow, instead she squeaks and 'barks' like a fox. She was an underweight and sick stray so after the SPCA couldn't find her owner we adopted her and she essentially rose from the ashes like a Phoenix, recovering from her illnesses and skinniness in a matter of about a week. So we named her 'Fawkes' after the Phoenix in Harry Potter x3
My Tabby cat Tallulah as really big eyes for the size of her face , which makes her look like an Owl to me
Merlin2000, Tallulah has gorgeous round, green eyes. She also has fabulous tabby stipes topped off by that little white chin: they are like mini tiger markings. I hope we are going to see a lot more photos of Tallulah around the site as she looks lovely.
MServant she's a lovely cat she's very small under 5 pounds but as a wicked personality, she's also very intelligent
That will be the combination of cat and owl genes! Have you tried clicker training?
Here is my Sly. She is no longer with us but I miss her every day.
Here is my Whitney. This is not a great photo but I think her white eyeliner rocks!
Very funny cat and owl genes but true in Tallulah's case
I didn't know you could clicker train cats thought that was just for dogs ?
Ooooh nooooo, it can be great fun if you have a really intelegent cat as it can help keep them engaged and interested in stuff. If you do a web search for clicker training cats you will find loads of stuff including quite a few good videos telling you how to do it: there's a really good one that's about how to get your cat to go in to its carrier and it shows the principles nicely.
There's a lot of discussion on TCS too, here is one from a while back:
I don't think you need to restrict it to discipline and getting an animal to do something you want it to, I belive it can be fun and used in games too if your cat takes to it. I started too late with Mouse and he was way too impatient to get to everything so I never got it to work. I wsa quite sad but he doesn't care!
That is a gorgeous picture of Whisky and his baby blue eyes. A beautiful boy.