A couple of weeks ago, when there was finally a break in the bad weather, I got to photograph these two very pretty rescue kitties.

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Mitz and Sammy weren’t especially keen on doing any posing (that’s an understatement), but with a combination of long lenses, patience and lots of tiptoeing I managed to not let them get the better of me!

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Sammy wasn’t timid or camera shy, he just knew it was nearly time to come inside for the night and he didn’t want to, so if anyone came too close he’d scarper, but never very far away. Just out of reach. Such a tease.

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I’m not one to pat myself on the back, but considering the difficulty rating on this shoot was 9.5, I’m pretty happy with the images and I look forward to seeing the finished album. Keep an eye on Facebook for photos of the whole order.

As I said at the outset, Mitz and Sammy are rescues. It’s currently kitten season and pounds across the country are full to the brim with adult cats and kittens. If you’re thinking about adding a feline companion to your family now would be a great time to do it. Or if you can open your home to a foster or ten I’m sure Fetching Cats would love to hear from you.

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