Originally Posted by Arielrain
That cracked me up!
John, amazing photos. Have you ever thought of selling them to a magazine or card company? You could use the money toward the care of your beautiful pets, or donate to an organization.
Yes, my wife and I have been thinking of doing this. We want to make cards, calendars and maybe just selling some pictures. All profit would be used at our friends sanctuary. I just need to figure out how to get this started. Not only does she house exotics there at the sanctuary, but she has close to 30 domestic cats as well and the number of domestic cats is climbing. She has 6 new kittens there, one with a broken leg, because he was tossed out the windo of a moving car
He is doing great however and will have a home as soon as his leg is healed. My wife brought a kitten home last night, a friend she works with adopted him
|Wow... again I don't have words to describe how wonderful your babies are.
For some reason I didn't have a concept of how big Couger paws were.
You pictures really make me respect the boys, and their ancestors. When I look into Dr. Claw's eyes I see the same look your big boys give you!
This is so very true. Our domestics really aren't that domesticated at all. It is really funny to see a 150-200 pound cougar chase a rope or play with a large plastic ball, the very same way our domestics chase a string or play with a small cat toy. They roll on their back, with the toy in their paws, kicking it with their back feet the very same way or domestics do. And they purr too!! But, cougars are the largest cat that can purr. Lions and tigers can not purr, but they too, do the same things our domestic cats do