When my booking to photograph Chilli the five month old Birman was confirmed I may have done a little squeal with excitement. A friend of mine has a Birman kitten so I knew just how much gorgeousness I was going to be faced with.

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I’d say I got about ten minutes of cooperation out of him before he decided to really make me work for my money!

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He’s still very young so I was just happy to let him do naughty crazy kitten things while I stalked him with my camera. I took comfort in the fact that he wasn’t running away from me because tying him to a tree wasn’t an option!

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He did plenty of stalking of his own too…

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…and busted a few impressive moves.

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Followed by some very nice sitting pretty.

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You don’t get to see many cats on my blog so I hope you all enjoyed these as much as I enjoyed taking them.

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