This week’s Pet Photography theme is “Night” and I have a different perspective of this word after having lost electrical power on Sunday night from Hurricane Irma and as I write this it is Wednesday afternoon and we still have “Night” as soon as the sun sets (yes, that means over 3 days without electricity now). I decided to feature one of my cats, Torie, after seeing how she curled up for her “night night” time.
Four years ago, we went on vacation in western Georgia to see “Providence Canyon State Park” – a mini Grand Canyon and if you haven’t seen it, and can’t get to the big one – this is a great option! We stayed at a state park close by and were outside one evening taking night photographs of the stars. Out of the corner of my eye, I noticed a small animal walking beneath our truck. This is how we met the one we now know as “Torie”. A kitten, abandoned at the park, the last one of the litter. This little kitten was very friendly and not afraid of our Jimbo - 70 pound dog vs 3 pound kitten?
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