I taught Angelo to take some time out from his busy schedule to smell the flowers. Well, they’re not as fresh, but it’s still cute to see a cat do something so human.
A very old and frequent visitor to my backyard.She looks so cute in the vines!
The Canadian Sphynx is creepy looking, but is very affectionate.
The Greek Aegean cat
A Maine coon on a leash.
He looks like my Turkish Angora, but this is different breed. Cat and raccon together!
So cute and fluffy!
A few photographs taken at a cat festival last month here in Athens. All of the cats were so cute. It’s so crazy how many different breeds of cats there are. It was very informative, plus lots of free stuff for Angelo!
I am very impressed with Angelos’ modelling skills. Not sure if he is aware of my camera or not, maybe he is. I got a feeling that Angelo is one smart cat who knows his angles!
‘The artist never entirely knows. We guess. We may be wrong. but we take leap after leap in the dark.’ -Agnes de mille (American Dancer)
«Ο καλλιτέχνης δεν ξέρει ποτέ εντελώς. Υποθέτουμε. Μπορεί να είναι λάθος. αλλά παίρνουμε άλμα μετά από άλμα στο σκοτάδι. “-Agnes de mille (Αμερικανός Xορευτής)
My semi-stray mackerel tabby named ‘sneezy,’ she sneezes a lot like me. She’s very intelligent and follows commands and she even follows me around like a dog! I find that cats are very misunderstood animals they’re not that aloof; it really depends on the breed of cat.
My cat Angelo and the neighbourhood cat Sammy were my models in these black and white images. I believe that cats make the best models. They are very talented and photogenic, and they know how to strike a pose!
Angelo up to no good
You are not supposed to be in there! Δεν πρέπει να εισαι εκει μεσα!
My cat Angelo eyeing a tasty butterfly
“There was something delightfully intimate about the relationship between predator and prey.” ― Nenia Campbell, Horrorscape