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that cat again

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16th Mar 2006, 17:17   | tags:,,

Helen says:

Looks wild.

16th Mar 2006, 17:24

beth says:

i'm jealous and in awe on all counts.

16th Mar 2006, 17:24

Helen says:

Meg and Mog are better. They catch bigger rabbits.

16th Mar 2006, 17:26

beth says:

aye. he's a snow leopard.

16th Mar 2006, 17:26

beth says:

and he's hypnotizing me

16th Mar 2006, 17:29

miss_pretty_pants says:

i am loving this cat; i can see the skyline in his eyes.

16th Mar 2006, 17:44

beth says:

i do like his half white snout.. i like to think that's where they held him still when colouring him in and he got away before they got to paint that bit.

-edit- jesus. i need to get a job or a hobby or something to fill my time.

16th Mar 2006, 17:58

kostika says:

OMG! What an amazing shot. :o)

16th Mar 2006, 23:55

Viv says:

awsome on all counts

17th Mar 2006, 10:00

backwards lamb says:

brilliant shot the skyline is fantastic.

and beth i like that idea i can see that

17th Mar 2006, 10:06

Geodyne says:

Aw, I love his eyes. So watchful.

17th Mar 2006, 10:20

altcity says:

great photograph

17th Mar 2006, 22:26

bronxelf says:

I think that with his ears cropped like that, he looks like a Scottish Fold.

And here, you can see he doesn't look like Argent, which he tends to, in black and white. :)

17th Mar 2006, 23:07

Viv says:

I do think we should have a moblog calendar - there are so many fantastic pics
in fact would probably have to have at least 3 themes!

18th Mar 2006, 11:19

Gael says:

Viv
Great idea, why don't you put it on the Forum?

18th Mar 2006, 12:03