Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Photographer Kitty - A camera for my head


Molly is struggling to compete for attention with the small human - mostly because her mom spends a lot of time sitting attached to said small human staring into space - instead of playing with the feather toy.  In good news, I have Molly chasing after mice (Zoe has always been good at it).  I promised the cats that I would bring them back a package of Martha Stewart Balls (we left all ours up north) and some more springs (if I can find them)  (Cat springs continue to be a difficult comodity to locate).

Zoe has taken to napping nearly exclusively in the Kitty hidaway... and Molly likes to be where ever her human's perfer her not to be.  Zoe let me cut her nails today without much bother and I'm 0/3 attempts at clipping Molly's nails... this is once again going to be a 2 man job.  Ah Molly... such a teenage cat you are.  At present - as pictured above - Molly is using my camera as a pillow... while lying atop a pile of papers and odds and ends that can't possibly be comfortable.

I've yet to decide whether to feature photos of the small human here.  Part of me wants to share her and part of me worries about posting her picture here.  You'l just have to take my word on her cuteness and if you know me well enough and haven't seen pictures.. let me know and I'll happily share.
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Blogger Karen said...

Hi Jennith,

I'm leaving a comment, because I can't find any other means of contacting you here!

I work for the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation ( We promote and support agriculture, conservation and outdoor recreation / local tourism in Ontario's Greenbelt.

I am currently working on an interpretive sign and hiking guide about Mount Nemo that will be installed at the Mount Nemo Conservation Area trail. There is a piece about wildlife and diversity on the escarpment, and in searching for photos, I came across your beautiful image of the bloodroot at mount nemo:

I was wondering if you might be willing to sell us a high res, digital copy of this photograph for use on the sign and in the hiking guide? Or potentially even donate it (we are a non profit, grant-making and advocacy organization)? Either way, you would be appropriately credited.

You can reach me at, or 416-960-0001 ext. 311.

Thanks so much!

all the best,
- Karen

10:29 AM  

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