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Discussion in 'Fur Pictures and Videos Only!' started by Lucifigus, Mar 11, 2018.
This is a remarkable photo of Oz with the brilliant sunset and all, and Oz being a remarkable cat!
Admittedly not a very good photo, but it was the only way I could fit both cats in.
Chula reveals her extraterrestrial origin.
I like trying for silhouettes. Here is another of Lucy.
And one more of Missy
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Here is an old photo of Chessie hanging out in the old shop with me. In those days the shop was right outside the kitchen door and She spent many days keeping me company as I worked. Her usual spot was on the stereo tuner, but here she is sitting on a clients steam locomotive.
@Jack B - Gives an whole new meaning to The Chessie System, eh?
The closest I've ever come to a silhouette is what is now my avatar.
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My beautiful Chessie was named after the famous Chessapeake & Ohio cat Chessie. We were at a train meet with tiny Chessie the kitten, ( as yet unnamed ) and she was cruising around with me in my coat with her little head poking out. An old friend walked up and said, " is that Chessie? " I thought for a minute and said, " I think so ". She was still a very tiny kitten with blue eyes, too tiny to leave home alone as we were still bottle feeding her ( just about the cutest thing you ever saw ). The name stuck.
Chessie I miss you.
I made a little silhouette video of my cat, Milly, when she was a youngster... she was trying to attack a little "shadow dot" showing up on the interior of the curtain!
Whiskas, glad to be home, after his short stay in hospital Dec 2017
Kitty in the window at work.
Thank you. Silly Milly. (Actually, "Silhouette" would be a good name for a cat. You could nickname them, Silly.)
Sombra's silhouette at sunrise