Pictures: a Russian tabby, a British tortoiseshell, a flame Siamese and a worn scratching post
Here are four photos. I have collected them over the past couple of weeks. I thought I’d bundle them together and publish them.
The first photograph above is by Elena Shumilova who lives in Russia. She takes wonderful photos. For me they are a bit too engineered and slushy but they are superb. This is her son with their tabby and white cat. They have other animals that make equally stunning photos.
The photo above is by me. It was taken just outside my flat. This interesting looking tortoiseshell cat was with a flame pointed Siamese cat. I like the faint orange banding over the body and the startled, slightly fierce expression – all cat. There is another tortie (diluted) living nearby too. I suppose her caretaker lives somewhere on the estate, nearby, but I am yet to meet them. Below is her friend the flame pointed traditional Siamese:
The above photo I both love and hate. I love the almost destroyed scratching post. Some cougars are not allowed to keep their claws. I hate the cage. All cougars should be in the wild with miles and miles of safe space – no chance they’ll be allowed to have that.