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A tabby cat shot from above with a wide angle lens, sniffing with wide eyes. A black cat lying on laminate floor, shot from above. Her eyes are the same yellow/orange as the floor and she casts a light shadow. A russian blue kitten shot from the front, stretching and looking upwards. Shot in a garden with out of focus folliage behind, backlit by the sun. A cat lying on a black leather sofa, on it's back shot at sofa-level staring into the camera, side lit. A russian blue kitten sitting at the feet of a person, looking upwards at them. A tabby cat shot from above looking towards the camera, with a wide angle lens. All that is in shot is the cats head. A fat white and black cat sitting on a pink sofa, leaning against the back of it like a person. A tabby cat lying on grass, shot from above in what looks like the action of swimming. A tabby cat shot from the front with a wide angle lens, turning its ears back and looking slightly disgruntled. A dog in Malta, shot from above and infront next to a lace stall. A tabby cat subathing on a tiger-striped blanket, bathed in sunlight. A tabby cat shot from infront and above looking up into the lens of a wide angle camera with very big eyes. A taby cat lying on a sofa, shot from infront, staring into space lit from the side by the sun. Two sheep grazing on a hill in swanage. One is looking into the camera. A tabby cat sitting up on a doormat, infront of an open door with steps leading away behind. He is backlit and bathed by the sun. A russian blue kitten prowling after a piece of grass in a garden, walking towards the camera at floor level. A white and tabby cat with yellow eyes lies in the grass, looking back over its left shoulder. A cream and brown fluffy puppy with floppy ears looks into the camera. A dachshund with another puppy behind it look into the camera. A tabby cay lying on grass with its face in clovers, staring into the distance, shot from ground level. A black cat sitting beneath two drying umbrellas in a house. Her body is dark and her eyes are bright and orange. A tabby cat sitting outside on a round drain cover, yawning. A tabby cat sitting on a carpet with its paws outstretched infront of it. Shot from infront at floor level. A birman kitten sitting up on a sofa, looking into the lens with its tongue out. A birman cat sitting on a table, shot from infront and above, looking upwards with big, dark eyes. A tabby cat sitting on a leopard print sofa with its paws outstretched infront of it. Shot from infront and above, it is looking into the lens. A black cat with orange eyes stares out from underneath a wooden table in a garden. A pair of beagles strain at their leads, standing together and looking into the distance. A beagle on the lead stands on grass looking into the camera with red eyes.

Animals

The first thing you see when you open this page is that I‘m a cat person. That’s not to say that I don’t like dogs, but I’ve grown up with cats. I will always and forever be in love with those intelligent, inquisitive felines.


There’s just something which you can’t quite put your finger on about cats. They seem to have this perfect balance of being both solitary  and affectionate, whilst exuding confidence and intelligence the whole time. Well, I say intelligence. As with people, it’s clear that there are different levels of intelligence in different cats.


My black cat Blackberrry was one of those cats that you are sure can understand everything you say and do, and that probably knows how to talk but doesn’t want to waste it’s breath communicating with you. She always had a calculating stare, and a slightly evil nature.


Dandy on the other hand was an extremely beautiful and affectionate tabby cat, but you quickly realised that he wasn’t the brightest cat in the world. This never made people adore him any less, and he was always everyone’s favourite cat.


We had My white cat Domino as a kitten when she was mostly feral. She was born from a feral mother and found in a rabbit hole, which made her much more timid and jittery than most cats. So unless you put a lot of work in she didn’t trust you at all. She was always my lovely fat cat, and was easily as affectionate (if not even more so) than Dandy, but only to me, Mum and Ryan.

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