Thank goodness there are people who can take better pictures of cats than I can! You can see that one of our volunteers, Chad, got a couple of great photos of Jeremiah, which is more than I was able to do.
Not long ago, I was in the FIV+ suite to try to get a picture of Jenny for the Petfinder website. But because she was so new, she was too timid to come out of her cat bed. I noticed that Jeremiah was snoozing in his basket in a particularly cute position, so I thought I’d just snap a photo of him for you. My finger was pressing down on the shutter button of the camera when he suddenly woke up, leaped out of the basket, and went over to get some food.
Jeremiah isn’t wild about other cats doing this, but instead of going after her, as some would have done, he merely jumped down and went for another snack. And so it went for some 25 minutes. Every time he was in a good position to have his picture taken, he’d move suddenly or turn his back to the camera or another cat would wander in front of him. Eventually, I gave up and left.
No more than 10 minutes later, I had occasion to walk by the suite again. I peeked in, and Jeremiah was sleeping peacefully in his basket, in a particularly cute position. As I say, I’m very pleased that we have people who are capable of capturing such terrific photos of our felines, but I’d certainly like to know how they manage it! As always, I’m grateful to you for helping us to continue to provide Jeremiah with a safe, clean environment where he can get good food and care.