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Pic of Cat , Model release or Property release?

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2 hours ago, Young said:

Cats are Very lovely 😊 animals but what a difficulty to photograph them! They don’t obey human though that’s why  I like them 

I am owned by 3 - we have the all black matriarch who is also mum to the other 2 - she just manages to look evil in photos.  We have a nice big black and white (or very dark tabby and white) who absolutely loathes having his photo taken and I have yet to get a good one of him, and we have a slim all grey (or blue in cat terminology) who can be in the right mood a lovely model.

 

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2 hours ago, Starsphinx said:

I am owned by 3 - we have the all black matriarch who is also mum to the other 2 - she just manages to look evil in photos.  We have a nice big black and white (or very dark tabby and white) who absolutely loathes having his photo taken and I have yet to get a good one of him, and we have a slim all grey (or blue in cat terminology) who can be in the right mood a lovely model.

 

 

On a quick look I did not see any cat images in your port. Wouldn't they sign releases for you?

 

Allan

 

 

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Yes, cats by nature don't belong to anyone, which is an endearing quality. However, as lovable as cats can be, they are serial killers. I hate what they do to birds. 

 

P.S. Cats usually like me. I even "owned" one for awhile, a stray that I rescued from a dumpster in the middle of winter.

 

 

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On 11/09/2018 at 13:45, Colblimp said:

I hate cats.

How can you hate cats? One of ours does the washing up ....

 

Black cat sat in a kitchen sink Stock Photo

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6 minutes ago, TeeCee said:

How can you hate cats? One of ours does the washing up ....

 

Black cat sat in a kitchen sink Stock Photo

 

Haha, cat doesn't look very productive!

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1 minute ago, Colblimp said:

 

Haha, cat doesn't look very productive!

Not true, she'd just finished, hence no dirty dishes in the pic....

:D

 

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Just now, TeeCee said:

Not true, she'd just finished, hence no dirty dishes in the pic....

:D

 

 

Pffffft, bloody cat :lol:

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52 minutes ago, Colblimp said:

 

Pffffft, bloody cat :lol:

She'll melt your cold heart! :wub:

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1 minute ago, Avpics said:

She'll melt your cold heart! :wub:

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That is seriously cute.

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1 hour ago, Avpics said:

She'll melt your cold heart! :wub:

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Never!

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On 12/09/2018 at 11:14, David Pimborough said:

and as my 11 year old nephew dryly said recently

 

"anyone who doesn't love cats is dead inside" :lol:

👍He should copyright what he said.

Thats very meaningful.:D

 

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Can’t say I love cats in general. I like cats. I don’t love paw prints on my car, I don’t like cats on kitchen countertops, nor scratched up furniture.  And I don’t like cats using my flower beds as a private litter box, killing my plants.

But I loved my cat, the one I had as a pre-teen. Divinity, and she was devine. 

I was mostly a dog person, (now a parrot person) and they do more than bark and obey. Some defend you, mine plastered to me when I was ill, never leaving me. And she did everything in her power to please me. And her in Intelligence was off the chart, my little Yorkie.

Betty

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On 9/12/2018 at 12:49, John Mitchell said:

Yes, cats by nature don't belong to anyone, which is an endearing quality. However, as lovable as cats can be, they are serial killers. I hate what they do to birds. 

 

P.S. Cats usually like me. I even "owned" one for awhile, a stray that I rescued from a dumpster in the middle of winter.

 

 

Yes! The next to last cat I had killed a Baltimore Oriole, and I found her a new home.  The last cat, I used his serial killer instincts at our horse barn to kill the mice. He did a great job. 

Then there was the cat from the neighborhood that broke into our house to murder and eat my beloved parakeet. We had a window A/C with insulating foam in the gap. The cat pushed the foam through and got in. I was done with cats after that. No more chances. I almost put that one on death row, but my soft heart couldn’t follow through. It did get a slight kick in the derrière.

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18 hours ago, Betty LaRue said:

Yes! The next to last cat I had killed a Baltimore Oriole, and I found her a new home.  The last cat, I used his serial killer instincts at our horse barn to kill the mice. He did a great job. 

Then there was the cat from the neighborhood that broke into our house to murder and eat my beloved parakeet. We had a window A/C with insulating foam in the gap. The cat pushed the foam through and got in. I was done with cats after that. No more chances. I almost put that one on death row, but my soft heart couldn’t follow through. It did get a slight kick in the derrière.

 

Sad to say, but we Homo sapiens don't have a very good record either when it comes to killer instincts.

 

Despite their evil habits, I find cats fascinating. It's tough not to admire how self-contained and in-the-moment they are.  I often wish I could be more of a "cool cat" and less of an emotional mess in certain situations.

 

A popular theory suggests that humans first domesticated wild cats to help keep rodents away from food stores. Makes sense.

 

 

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1 hour ago, John Mitchell said:

 

Sad to say, but we Homo sapiens don't have a very good record either when it comes to killer instincts.

 

Despite their evil habits, I find cats fascinating. It's tough not to admire how self-contained and in-the-moment they are.  I often wish I could be more of a "cool cat" and less of an emotional mess in certain situations.

 

A popular theory suggests that humans first domesticated wild cats to help keep rodents away from food stores. Makes sense.

 

 

I thought it was the other way around - cats domesticated humans to provide tasty food and warm sleeping places.

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3 hours ago, Starsphinx said:

I thought it was the other way around - cats domesticated humans to provide tasty food and warm sleeping places.

 

No doubt it was a mutually beneficial arrangement. Those cats were not only cool but smart as well.

 

Then there are corporate fat cats. They are definitely not cute and adorable.

 

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