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101 Cataclysms: For the Love of Cats

-By Rachael Hale

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Offers a photographic celebration of the world's most popular pet - the cat. Featuring images of animal portrait photographer Rachael Hale, this collection captures the beauty and charm of 101 of her favourite felines. The photographs capture the unique personality of various mischievious models, and are complemented by cat quotations and poems.

"101 Cataclysms: For the Love of Cats" is a photographic celebration of the world's most popular pet - the creatures that have beguiled, fascinated and blessed us with their company since the civilised world began. Featuring the exquisite images of premier animal portrait photographer Rachael Hale, this unique collection superbly captures the beauty, elegance and charm of 101 of her favourite felines. You will see it in the bald-face cheekiness of Hilander, the hairless Sphynx, or in the astonishment of Puffy, the Persian ball of fluff; the coyness of Russian Blue contortionists Alexei and Cossak; the sensuality of the stone-deaf Tallulah, or the nonchalance of cool cat Pat. Despite their feline fickleness, the adorable photographs capture the unique personality of each and every mischievious model, and are complemented by quirky cat quotations and poems, from Dr Seuss to Tom Jones. Inspiration came from the photographer's own triumvirate of cats, the crazy, loveable Himalayan Persian Edmund, and 'designer moggies' Gianni and Versace, all of whom feature in this exceptional collection. This book is a stunning tribute to our feline friends, certain to touch the heart of every cat lover, and more. short..

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ISBN-13 9780091913656
Publisher Ebury Press
Imprint Ebury Press
Number of Pages 176
Publication Date 03082006
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Binding Hardback