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Old 06-01-2008   #26
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Feline Feminine, my daughter at college a few years ago with her constant companion!
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Old 06-02-2008   #27
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My best cat pics were taken with my SLR....not sure why. But, here's one I took with my Bessa.
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Taken with my Exakta VX1000 and Meyer Gorlitz Orestor 100/2.8
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Old 06-02-2008   #30
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This is Peggy, I fed her some milk one day and she stayed. Been 8 years now.
Cats are natural con artists!

They con us humans into taking care of them, feeding them, keeping them safe and warm, giving them oodles of attention, loving them like family, giving them medical care, wow, they really have us, don't they?
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Bloody hell that's a proper cat!!!
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Jupiter-9 wide open. From the test roll I did with this lens

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Many very nice cat pics in this thread. Shot with a Dslr, but still a cat:
Yes, but now a "Digi-cat"...

Nice shot, BTW...
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Here's my cat in the garage, holding down my vehicle. Shot with Canon F-1 (old) with 55mm f/1.2 FD lens. Tmax 400, I think. The scan has some dust specks, but the lens is fairly sharp, with nice bokeh. The cat is top predator of our garage and back yard.
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Here's my cat in the garage, holding down my vehicle. Shot with Canon F-1 (old) with 55mm f/1.2 FD lens. Tmax 400, I think. The scan has some dust specks, but the lens is fairly sharp, with nice bokeh. The cat is top predator of our garage and back yard.
He/she is pretty. I like striped cats, they look wild and predatory. The mittens add a hint of domestication! LOL Of course, my cat (the fat orange one shown earlier) has stripes and he is too lazy to kill anything!
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here is Relaxing Lana.
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here is Relaxing Lana.
Damn, that cat is fatter than mine!
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Yup, all she loves to do is eat and relax.
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Yup, all she loves to do is eat and relax.
Mine does all that, plus bitching incessantly about the food bowl's emptiness.
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He/she is pretty. I like striped cats, they look wild and predatory. The mittens add a hint of domestication! LOL Of course, my cat (the fat orange one shown earlier) has stripes and he is too lazy to kill anything!
You certainly have a large cat! The long hair may add to the illusion a little, but you can tell he's big.

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He moved in one day, and has been with us for five years!!! Not fat but weighs 15lbs. You realize this when he sits on your chest to wake you!! Normally very good tempered, but you wake him carefully!!!



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A very wise looking grey stray!! The best ones are often stray, ours was, and is far too clever for his own good. I've had to put a child proof lock on the fridge!!! Seems to be cat proof so far, but I think he's working on a solution.
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We refer to our ocicat as "Houdini" although his name is Chester! We lock our doors and windows, but when he wants to get out, there's no stopping him.

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Beautiful shot, Jeff, well caught! My stray is settling in quite well,
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Beatrix. 3 years old and still only 5 lbs, she's little and amazing.
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