Goodness me :-) There is some pretty ugly examples in the show. I wonder who the heck finds them "cute" ... LOL ... especially the naked ones look completely out of this world. ET has landed. Fun series. Yes what to do on a grey Sunday? Maybe visit a cat show. We sometimes have small animal shows exhibiting goats, sheep, rabbits, chickens etc. I have gone to these here and there in the past.
I never realized that a cat show could be so funny! That white cat getting his whiskers combed is NOT a happy cat. Cat #3 and owner both look depressed, while #4 both may be camera shy, at least that's what the owner thinks. #5 is huge! and both are blondes, she seems to be trying to show her baby a photo of another cat? Looks like long white fur and hairless cats are most popular. I had never seen a hairless cat. They don't look very pettable, but then perhaps cats don't like to be petted. The woman playing with her hairless cat is also fun. The fake furry cat tail is an interesting top for a hairless cat. You have a good eye for interesting pairings. The angry cat with an unrelated emphatic woman; especially the sharpness of the cat's face The last cat also has good detail but that is one scary cat! I hate to meet it in a dark alley. SAJ, Pat
plimrn (2019/02/07 16:59:05): Interesting, thanksCLODO (2019/02/05 18:24:53): Lost of fun during 1 hour and 30 minutes. Never seen before a hairless cat, so every day you can learn something! The playing woman is the judge and she tests the cat reflex in front of a moving feather .
Oh Goodness, what has mankind done to nature - also in this field! You present us a really interesting contribution - which surely was worth a stay of an hour and a half. A great reportage and a surely entertaining visit!
I wonderfully can imagine how you must smile several times. However, the cats obviously had no cause for a smile ...
Greetings from Germany - with a whiff of spring in the air!