Although I haven't been to the zoo or the Mirage lately, I did take a photo of my Bengal cat tonight--a much smaller version of the tiger, but still a Bengal.
Nikon 70-200mm F/2.8 VR at 70mm
Nikon SB800 off camera
Cool cat, TNB. :) Very nice colors.
Thanks. Fur like silk as well.
Originally Posted by rx_morph
Not the best photo, but he is really sick ATM(Cat Flu and he has a very low white blood cell count meaning it's getting the best of him)
He's my little boy and I love him more than any other worldly possession I have
Your cat has a very royal expression... or maybe it's the photo that's conveying that impression. Very nice to look at!
Originally Posted by TNB
Originally Posted by jcanon701
TNB, that's a great shot of Bennie!
Lol, jcanon' my cat sometimes has the same expression on her face when she watches me eat (eventhough I've already fed her first...:)).
I bought a new jacket recently and, as Lukas so aptly pointed out a while back, any cat lover will know what happened next...
"Mmmm, is this safe?"
"I'll just take a look inside..."
"Ok, now let's just lie in ambush...., the next thing to pass this cave is dead-meat!"
Benjamin, you have a gorgeous cat mate
Thanks Anco'! :)
Originally Posted by anco85
She is adorable, very affectionate and a unique personality! :D
(Unfortunately she has a bad habit of stripping or shreading card-board boxes, hence the flecks of card-board on the carpet in front of the bag, but of course the above series is a candid photo-shoot and you just have to grab the shot as its presented or the moment passes...)
Sorry to hear your cat is sick with 'flu, hope he gets better soon!
When he recovers, if it is available and if you can afford it, perhaps you could have him inoculated with cat flu vaccine?
He's a handsome fellow, lovely blue eyes. Is he a Burmese?
Thanks for the comments about Bennie.
Your cat does look as if she doesn't feel well or is upset--ears back and all. I know I feel really bad and so helpless when my hairy kids don't feel well.
Sylvestor the cat? Cats & Bags as mentioned every cat owner should now--they love them.
One type of bag I don't leave lying around is those paper-bag types with the straw type handle. Bennie stuck his head through one of the handles, got scared, and ran all over the place all freaked out. Eventually, I was able to get it off of him when he ran to a corner. Now, I cut the handles off before I give them one to play with.