My cousin Leo is a cat, after all.
Who is the big bad king of the jungle? Yes, you are…. oh Yes, you are! pic.twitter.com/ZaICPeyzt6
— Nature is Amazing 🌻 (@AMAZlNGNATURE) October 19, 2017
“The pug and cat fairy-tail is a story of two halves #pugandcat #pugchat #cat”
“Best window cleaner ever *Joy* #catsofinstagram #CatsofTwitter”
They are just as lovely. Adopt one today.
— Gladstone (@TreasuryMog) August 27, 2017
Hoomans need to understand that we, cats, rule all media and that these pathetic attempts at removing us from our leadership position are ill-fated.
We cats advocate for peaceful homes, in which there is no pay per view violence by wealthy troglodytes in trunks, with permanent brain damage. After all, we are all the entertainment hoomans need, and are present in every screen you can think of.
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Cat taking the dog home pic.twitter.com/VHsV2Je1eX
— Nature is Amazing ☘️ (@AMAZlNGNATURE) August 26, 2017
Your best friend? We will take care of him as well.
We cats know that most dogs don’t have their own litter boxes, and have to go out and put their poop in little bags, which I hope you have. As a cat, I don’t have opposable thumbs, and had to leave dog mementos on the sidewalk, while you were busy.
I heard some neighbors complain about it, after stepping on the mementos, saying “Take that dog out of here!” so I did and brought it home.
Please go down stairs to pickup the dog mementos, after you get out of your own litter box.
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#TuxieTuesday #CatsOfTwitter I’m a hot tuxie. It’s my day. Enjoy.
— Jadee324 (@jadee1437) August 15, 2017
— The Purrington Post (@purringtonpost) August 3, 2016
Stinky Pete thinks he’s hiding, but raised his head for a photo opportunity 🐾 pic.twitter.com/FFZo6rPuDK
— Highdee (@ladybuggedhc) January 21, 2018
Most cats are not going to pose on cue for a photo. However, sometimes they seem to fool us, and react to cameras by either changing their pose or walking away. Some kitties are really adverse to cameras.
If we expect cats to be in photos and movies to fill our lives with joy and beauty, yes. Being camera-shy is a cat disability.
Regardless of how camera-shy some kitties are, they are also wonderful creatures, who deserve our love and respect. Chasing them around and forcing them to act or look in a certain way is unlikely to work, because they don’t have a vested interest in our social media shares.
A cat who is camera-shy will only be in movies and photos if some conditions are met.
You are telling a story about your cat so shoot from their eye level or from below. Cats would probably like the latter angle if they knew it made them look bigger, and sometimes even impressive.
All photo opportunities are made, because one’s the only person who can accurate decide what’s valuable. Chances are that you are going to discover many great photos, if you discreetly follow your cats around, from a favorable angle.
To make the most of your photo work, use your knowledge about your own cats. Prepare your camera when and where your kitties are most likely to do cute things.
You can select the better photos and movies afterwards. Chances are that cat photos and movies won’t look exactly what real life seemed to you.