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Cats not dogs for me #NationalPetParentsDay – Sunday Stills – #A Dog’s Life.

This week Teri has challenged us with:

Did you know the last Sunday of April is National Pet Parents Day? Hooray, because I am one and I bet you are, too…or maybe so in the pawst!
For this week’s Sunday Stills photography challenge, let’s celebrate the pets that make our lives so much richer!

We were having a hot chocolate at the beach cafe Portreath, I am not a dog person, definitely a cat person, however I had to take a photo of him, just look at the love in those eyes!

‘In the eyes’, Portreath, 2017.In the eyes

We do however have two cats of our own, the adorable, but here looking moody as he had just woken up:

‘Falco’, 2014.Falco

And the lovely inquisitive:

‘Roswell’, 2015.Roswell

We rescued these two lovely boys from a cattery as someone had abandoned them!  Beautiful brothers who enrich our lives with their companionship.

I have always had cats, before we had, well actually as they are cats they own us . . . any way, before these two called on us to be their slaves, we were honoured to share our lives with the very special ‘Darkle’.  Mad as a hatter and lived to be a grand old lady, it was a very sad day when we had to say goodbye to her,  the vet called her a ‘miracle cat’ in the last few years of her life, we did all we could for her and our love was rewarded with her love.  So a slightly blurry photo, and not just from tears of happy memories, but this was taken when she was still able to get about on the prowl for a bit.

‘Darkle’, 2005.KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA

Proud to be a Pet Parent.
#NationalPetParentsDay

Ken

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Poise and Do not disturb – Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge – Cute Factor

This week Cee challenges us with the topic ‘Cute Factor’.

I am biased, I think they are cute, but then they are our cats!  The first photo is of Roswell, he is not Grey but you know, he was named after the TV series.  And the second photo is of Falco, named after the main character in the Lindsay Davies books.

‘Poise’, 2019.Poise

‘Do not disturb’, 2019.CBWCCute2

Ken

 

Watching Felines – Weekly Photo Challenge – Eyes

This week Jenn at ‘Traveling at Wits End’ challenges us to:

Photograph eyes . . . . Choose a living subject, a person or a pet works, and make sure you can see at least one eye. Living things have a tendency to move around, even if they are being cooperative, but your job is to keep the eyes in focus!

So here are a couple of pictures of our cats.

‘Falco looking up’, Brynna, 2014.EyesFalco

‘Roswell posing’, Brynna, 2015.EyesRoswell

Ken