I saw an interesting article on MSN today. (http://m.now.msn.com/cats-photobomb-people-and-pets-in-gallery-of-photos) The article referred to a trending term called photo bombing. It went on to say that cats love to have their photograph taken and will often sneak into pictures on the sly. While I don’t want to dispute the experts, Pudgy does not like her picture taken.
In fact, whenever I want to take a picture of Pudgy she will look everywhere except at the camera. I can make squeaky sounds, I can jump up-and-down, I can do all things embarrassing and she will not look at the camera. So, imagine my delight when I viewed this article. It had me laughing out loud for so long that I developed hiccups. Sometimes you have to look pretty close to find the cat, but it is there.
I have one picture that I find to be close to the photo bomb idea, but in this case Pudgy is not looking at the camera. At any rate, seeing the antics of cats in other people’s lives was the best part of my day.
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