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Peter who works with the big cats and showed us how they feed the big cats

Big fur, last of the winter coat.

 

Is mutual. Ok, mine on her probably bigger...

 

How does cat's fixation looks like, you can see it here - Simon's Cat in 'The box' .

 

For all cat owners and lovers, this is a MUST.

I laugh to tears everytime I see it. It's amazing how perfectly the author captured the behaviour of most cats in this video.

  

PS: Sorry... no summer vacation photos... the feeling is just not right. You probably know what I mean...

 

H.F.F.!

  

After operation she changed a fat cat (Friend's cat)

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No photoshop, no HDR. Without edition, without retouching.

 

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© Agnès PERROT 2014

  

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Big cats from photography day at the wonderful WHF in Kent.

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The Amur Leopard - Panthère de l'amour

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taken at the Cats Survival Trust's place in Welwyn Herefordshire.

Taken on a photography day at the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent

Kruger National Preserve, South Africa. Taken during a safari in a private preserve near Kruger National. We were behind an enclosure and were clearly making this cat unhappy while we watched it get fed!

My big Kitty .. My Luv ..

She'z getting bigger MashallaH ..

Say MashallaH Plz ..

 

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ALL By Me ..

 

Model : Chiilee My big Kitty ..

Taken at the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent

 

For a good couple of hours of cheap entertainment I threw a crust of bread out the window. Then I waited by the window with the camera. The birds were wary of my camera, which made it all the more fun. The cats came on their own, and can get in the way sometimes. But part of this was for the cats' entertainment so I didn't mind. Also, it was a gloomy day and snowing which made it a challenge for getting great pictures.

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Another picture of our Bengal cat, Foghorn. Because the internet loves cats! :-)

Liza looks quite small but she weighs about 13lbs, I dread to think how much George weighs!

Big Cat Rescue

Explore April 10, 2013

Taken at the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent

 

Taken at the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent

 

Copyright :copyright: Phil Dodd 2017, All Rights Reserved. A shot from a recent Jaguar meet. There will ( at some point ) be more to follow from the day, but I liked the vintage feel of this frame. It seems to lend itself to the processing pretty well.

 

Thanks for looking and / or commenting,

 

Best Regards, Phil.

My cat was bitten by a radioactive cockroach. That really is the only logical explanation for her transformation the last few years. Just like Spider Man gained his supernatural powers after being bitten by a radioactive spider, she has been transformed with the powers of the critter that bit her.

 

TC (named after "True Colors", the Cindy Lauper tune) was going on 20 years old when I took this photo. I considered changing her name to Skeleton. But the Amazing Cockroach Cat is probably more appropriate. The first of her cockroach powers appeared shortly after when she began to transform from my neat, fussy, tidy cat into a creature that can tolerate -- no thrive -- in all manner of filth. She pretty much stopped cleaning herself. Her feet stink, she usually trails dingleberries, has a constant secretion of goo coming from her eyes and keeps a perpetual hunk of dried cat food clinging to her nose. I no longer have a small out-of-the way liter box discretely available for her use, but an entire room covered with a tarp and three big litter boxes hoping one might appeal to her. And once in a while one does.

 

The second cockroach power TC developed was an insect-like bony exoskeleton. Petting her is like touching some kind of tiny crooked, hardened washboard with a tail. She has weighed less than three pounds for over a year, consuming three tins of cat food and a cup of half-and-half a day. Each night she selects a new location to vomit about three quarters of that, which I usually discover in the morning before I get my shoes on.

 

The third cockroach power she has gained of course, is that she will never die. I've taken her to the vet several times wondering if she is suffering, but she seems to still be hanging in there enjoying her new cockroach life. She's actually become far more affectionate now than in any of her previous 16 years as a cat, purring and climbing on my lap and doing her best stinky cockroach-cute impression. I can't help thinking that is just her reaction to knowing how much I'd like to get new carpet though.

 

Anyway, here's my TC after one of her baths she must take now, drying out in the sun, and planning how to how use her cockroach powers today.

  

7/12/09 update - I posted this photo over two years ago. My cat passed away shortly after that. She didn't quite make 20 years but had a great life and enjoyed playing and hindfooting with her toys right to the end. I do miss her.

 

Thanks to all of people who empathized with one of the toughest decisions there is to make - how long to let an elderly animal live and when to put it down - especially when you can't talk to a cat to hear its wishes. Even humans have vast differences in how much they want to live or die if in pain.

 

Twice we packed her up, said our good-byes and took her into the vet who said she was still hanging in there and no need to kill her yet. Again, its a tough tough tough thing to go through - and sometimes you have to laugh through the tears .

 

Thanks to all for the considerate concerns - and best of luck to the many of you who have faced similar difficult situations. Take care all.

Taken on a photography day at the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent

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There are 36 species of wild cat. Despite the fact they are top of the food chain, all species are threatened with extinction. Lion numbers have been reduced by about 90% over the last 60 years and the tiger, from a population of approx 100,000 in 1900 is down to about 3000, with maybe less than 1000 breeding females...

 

If you are a lover of nature please join the Flickr group:

Focus: 2010 - 2022 Tiger

www.flickr.com/groups/focus2010-2022tiger/

 

to help protect the Tiger, wildlife, habitat and people...

 

Thanks for looking,

Jack

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