A Helmi Flick multi-portrait; stunning looking cats probably photographed at a cat show in America. A breeder brings the kittens in to her traveling photographic studio. The way it is done is to place all the kittens on the table and very quickly present a cat tease (stick with feather) in front of the kittens which catches their communal eye and the photograph is captured. The photographer has a limited amount of time and tries to get the photo (about five tries over 5 minutes).
The Egyptian Mau is one of the world’s most popular purebred cats. The silver version with a high contrast pattern is the most popular for this cat breed. As you can see these are tabby cats – spotted tabbies.
As you can see I have made a big point about copyright. The copyright belongs to Helmi Flick. A lot people, especially in the more corrupt countries, ignore copyright (intellectual property) so I have to remind them in strong terms to leave the photograph alone.
Visitors would be surprised how much fighting I have to do to protect Helmi Flick’s copyright. The internet is not a nice place sometimes.