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    Important but strange question: film toxicity

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    Most the time. Unfortunately she steals my pillow at night and sprawls accordingly to ensure I have no place for me head.

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    OMG that's so funny! I've never seen a cat lay like that haha, precious!

    So I hang my film in my tub, and my cat liked to drink the squeegee water that comes off the film, so my cat is a fotoflow addict... Probably a lot worse than the emulsion... I try really hard to keep him away, but I need to leave the door open for airflow :/


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    Those pictures are hilarious!
    I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
    When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.

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    Never had that happen, but I did have a Jack Russell that liked to drink paint. We couldn't leave her in the room with wet paint because she'd lick it all off the walls.

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    I LOVE CATS!
    I want this one!! Just soooo cute I could lick my film dry for it. Sweet moggie...
    And the question? <*shrugs*> Kitty No. 1 here has a regular diet of mice and rats that have come into contact with God knows what. She's thriving (presently in rehab in the country at the moment).
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    Alright, two more just for good measure. Cats like warm laundry, and for some reason, when we're working on the mountain bikes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klainmeister View Post
    Alright, two more just for good measure. Cats like warm laundry, and for some reason, when we're working on the mountain bikes...

    As you fume away trying to extricate the rear wheel from the derailleur's and freewheel's clutches, pheremones from the sweat are like catnip: a real turn-on. Take a sweaty shirt off and give it to Kitty and see what happens. Mine was unwearable after she'd chewed it to pieces. Bang goes $100...

    The other oddity about this moggie is the way she lies down like that. Why? I don't see that very often at all, not even with Russian Blues that tend to contort themselves into all sorts of funny positions in the name of comfort, but not splayed out like this.
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    I'm sure you know Salvador Dali's painting "Persistence of Memory."

    I think you ought to do a series of photos of that cat sleeping in all sorts of positions.
    You can call it "Persistence of Cat."
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    Important but strange question: film toxicity

    Quote Originally Posted by Worker 11811 View Post
    I'm sure you know Salvador Dali's painting "Persistence of Memory."

    I think you ought to do a series of photos of that cat sleeping in all sorts of positions.
    You can call it "Persistence of Cat."
    I like this


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    Klainmeister, you have my okay to use this idea if the muse visits.
    I don't have any cats to take photos of. Neither have I ever had a cat that lays around like that.
    I would probably never have the opportunity to take photos like that but somebody ought to use the idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Worker 11811 View Post
    I would probably never have the opportunity to take photos like that but somebody ought to use the idea.
    I'd run with it if I had a cat.
    How about a Group Project? Makes exhibiting harder though, unless it's all scanned and uploaded.
    (because you know, the internet needs more groups dedicated to pictures of cats in funny poses)

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