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© T Felland
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UploadedDecember 5, 2008
TakenOctober 8, 2008
MakeMinolta Co., Ltd.
ModelDiMAGE 7i
Exposure1/125 sec at f/3.5
FlashRed Eye, Compulsory Flash
Focal Length38.046875 mm
ISO200
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Cat’s eye, cat’s tails, cat’s cradle, cats cats cats. Even in the days of Egypt cats were regarded in a very high status. I even heard of an artist going mad because when his beloved cat died. Cats the musical, cats this and cats that, Cheshire cat (were all mad here). They were told to be used in a witch’s work, as well as just good little buddies. (like my tubby fatakins) The point is this, cats are on a level of their own, even though I say they are so there for they are, but one just can’t look at the cat and say there is nothing going on in their head, so independent then any of the other animal kingdoms. They always appear in fairy tales and they always appear when you least aspect them, almost like birds, strange eh? Yet not.

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