Images of Cattitude Photo Contest Entries

A "Striking" Wesley
A "Striking" Wesley G. Wilcox — Submitted by Dr. Nora Wilcox of Pensacola, Florida

When you come to the word STRIKING in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of WESLEY is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Wesley's unique intensity epitomizes the ultimate in feline beauty.

 



A "Haughty" Merlin
A "Haughty" Merlin — Submitted by Melissa Seims of Loughborough, Leicestershire, England

When you come to the word HAUGHTY in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of MERLIN is used for illustration . . . and this is why: he is very simply, royalty amongst cats.

 


 

A "Relaxed" Charlie Redford
A "Relaxed" Charlie Redford — Submitted by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, Florida

When you come to the word RELAXED in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of CHARLIE REDFORD is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Charlie was a feral cat, who adjusted well to a life of ease and now is fat, healthy and very happy.

 


 

A "Content" Dino 
A "Content" Dino — Submitted by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, Florida

When you come to the word CONTENT in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of DINO is used for illustration . . . and this is why: after being found abandoned in the woods, Dino learned how content life could be when he came home with us.



 

An "Alluring" Lester 
An "Alluring" Lester — Submitted by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, Florida

When you come to the word ALLURING in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of LESTER is used for illustration . . . and this is why: just look at me—my photo says it all.



 

A "Reclusive" Ozzie Bear
A "Reclusive" Ozzie Bear — Submitted by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, Florida

When you come to the word RECLUSIVE in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of OZZIE BEAR is used for illustration . . . and this is why: even though this photo may not show it, Ozzie is a very gentle but somewhat reclusive soul. His extremely expressive face, with those vulnerable crossed blue eyes just makes your heart melt.



 

A "Trusting" FurFamily
A "Trusting" FurFamily (left to right, Paddy, Freeway, Peewee, Milo, Sam-Sam & Mr. Gruff)
Submitted by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, Florida

When you come to the word TRUSTING in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of my FURFAMILY is used for illustration . . . and this is why: I love each and every one of them for different reasons. I run a rescue for animals who cannot be placed in homes and they are all very special to me and I feel very good the way they have come to trust me.



 

A "Striking" Maxi
A "Striking" Maxi — Submitted by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, Florida

When you come to the word STRIKING in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of MAXI is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Maxi has an all black, beautiful, silky coat and is very striking.



 

A "Serious" Ashley Heather
A "Serious" Ashley Heather — Submitted by Dr. Nora Wilcox of Pensacola, Florida

When you come to the word SERIOUS in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of ASHLEY HEATHER is used for illustration . . . and this is why: in this picture Ashley Heather is waiting in her luxury condo at The Longview Kitty Inn for her Delta flight from Washington State to her new Florida home. She loves doting Innkeeper Fran, but is "seriously" anxious to be reunited with her mama. 



 

A "Luminous" Prissy
A "Luminous" Prissy — Submitted by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, Florida

When you come to the word LUMINOUS in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of PRISSY is used for illustration . . . and this is why: She has a shining personality, always happy and sweet.



 

An "Independent" Sparkles
An "Independent" Sparkles — Submitted by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, Florida

When you come to the word INDEPENDENT in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of SPARKLES is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Sparkles is truly a free spirit.



 

A "Mysterious" China Blue
A "Mysterious" China Blue — Submitted by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, Florida

When you come to the word MYSTERIOUS in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of CHINA BLUE is used for illustration . . . and this is why: No one ever knows what China Blue is thinking or what she will do next.



 

An "Inseparable" Thomas T. & Maxi
An "Inseparable" Thomas T. & Maxi — Submitted by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, Florida

When you come to the word INSEPARABLE in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of THOMAS T. & MAXI is used for illustration . . . and this is why: They are both afraid of people but find much comfort and security in each other. Both rescues, they have been inseparable ever since they first met.



 

An "Inseparable" Favi & Golden Harley*
An "Inseparable" Favi & Golden Harley* — Submitted by Andrea Hanssen of San Antonio, Texas

When you come to the word INSEPARABLE in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of FAVI & GOLDEN HARLEY is used for illustration . . . and this is why: they love one another so much and have bonded to each another in such a way—that where you find one of them—the other is nearby.

*Therapy Golden Harley has his own page and a very special story. Just click here.



 

"Content" Merlin
A  "Content" Merlin — Submitted by Sadie Nelson of Memphis, Tennessee

When you come to the word CONTENT in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of MERLIN is used for illustration . . . and this is why: when his tummy is full and he's had his treats and tummy rubs, he purrs so loud the windows nearly rattle, and he's the happiest creature in the world



 

A "Content" Libby
A "Content" Libby — Submitted by Elizabeth Riley of Wellston, Ohio

When you come to the word CONTENT in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of LIBBY is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Libby is a very content cat in all that she does. If she's hungry she'll get up to get some food but if there's none in her bowl she won't meow for more. She'll just go back to her resting spot and let me take my time in pouring her some more. If she's sleeping and someone wants to play with her, she will play no questions asked. She is a sweet girl who is content with anything that happens, and no matter what she will always love us.



 

A "Luminous" Luxor
A "Luminous" Luxor — Submitted by Elaine Nimmo of Las Cruces, New Mexico

When you come to the word LUMINOUS in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of LUXOR is used for illustration . . . and this is why: he lights up our lives as well as any room he happens to be in.



 

A "Relaxed" Calvin
A "Relaxed" Calvin — Submitted by Laura Strickland of Crestwood, Kentucky

When you come to the word RELAXED in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of CALVIN is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Calvin spends most of his day being comfortable—either in a sunbeam, the dog's bed, or a nearby lap. He melts into a cuddly purr ball when he sits in your lap. Not only is he easy-going and laidback, he reduces your stress and tension. How could you not love that?



 

An "Elegant" Samoa
An "Elegant" Samoa — Submitted by Laura Strickland of Crestwood, Kentucky

When you come to the word ELEGANT in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of SAMOA is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Samoa exhibits a dignified gracefulness in all that she does. She is a true diva cat who loves attention and being photographed. Samoa's movements, soft-spoken voice, and attitude can be described as elegant in every way!



 

A "Playful" Violet
A "Playful" Violet — Submitted by Laura Strickland of Crestwood, Kentucky

When you come to the word PLAYFUL in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of VIOLET is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Violet is an entertaining cat! If he is inside, he likes to play with toys on the hardwood floor because they slide so easily. If he is outside, he loves to run and play in the leaves. He has a curious, frisky attitude, and enjoys life. It is such a joy to watch Violet having fun!



 

A "Striking" Polar Bear
A "Striking" Polar Bear — Submitted by Bari DuBois of Magnolia, Texas

When you come to the word STRIKING in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of POLAR BEAR is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Polar Bear excels in modeling for the camera. She is "striking" in every delightful pose, with her bright blue eyes and her marvelous coat of many colors.



 

A "Cool" Charlie
A "Cool" Charlie — Submitted by Bari DuBois of Magnolia, Texas

When you come to the word COOL in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of CHARLIE is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Charlie is the totally in control "Fonz" of the cat world. He is always cool—a huge teddy bear cat with a heart of gold. Charlie loves everyone, furry or non.



 

A "Maddening" Milo
A "Maddening" Milo — Submitted by Bari DuBois of Magnolia, Texas

When you come to the word MADDENING in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of MYLO is used for illustration . . . and this is why: there is nothing our little bobtail Mylo won't try to do. Nothing he won't try to eat. And, the word "no" goes in one of his furry little black ears and out the other to no avail. That's maddening! But, you gotta love him. Just look at that face!



 

A "Sassy" Jasmine
A "Sassy" Jasmine — Submitted by Bari DuBois of Magnolia, Texas

When you come to the word SASSY in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of JASMINE is used for illustration . . . and this is why: no matter what the conversation or subject, Jasmine is always right and always gets the last word in! If you don't believe me, just ask her!



 

A "Precious" Angelique
A "Precious" Angelique — Submitted by Bari DuBois of Magnolia, Texas

When you come to the word PRECIOUS in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of ANGEL is used for illustration . . . and this is why: because she just is. Angel is precious, amazingly soft and purrrrfectly happy. She is a rescue that weighed only 2.9 lbs at 6 months of age. Just look at her now, that's precious in any book!



 

A "Fearless" Panther
A "Fearless" Panther — Submitted by Bari DuBois of Magnolia, Texas

When you come to the word FEARLESS in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of PANTHER is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Panther never met a challenge or another cat he couldn't handle with fearless and absolute purrrrfection. He takes his name seriously. One look and the tap of a big furry paw, and you're done! I am Panther, hear me roar.



 

An "Elegant" Minkly
An "Elegant" Minkly — Submitted by Bari DuBois of Magnolia, Texas

When you come to the word ELEGANT in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of MINKLY is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Minkly is a complete and total elegant lady - queen of her house. She is a "Breakfast at Tiffany's" girl, always fashionably dressed in elegant black and white for day or evening.



 

A "Defiant" General Yee
A "Defiant" General Yee — Submitted by Tanner Burhoe & Sherri Skanes of Ventura, California

When you come to the word DEFIANT in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of GENERAL YEE is used for illustration . . . and this is why: this little pack of trouble came into this world defying the odds, nature, and fate itself. Born to a feral mother who was hit by a car when he was just days old, his shrieking (as only a Siamese can) brought help and a new life for both himself and his siblings.

Our family lost our fifteen year old Siamese to seizures just two months before this little guy showed up, and we didn't know if it was too soon to be able to give our hearts again. But he stole them away rather quickly, and immediately began to craft the lifestyle HE wanted, regardless of whether or not WE wanted it. For example, The General's rules deem that all dogs, Golden and otherwise, are his personal playthings and are to be used for climbing, biting, chasing, and the occasional batting at (especially wagging tails). Believe it or not, the dogs let him get away with this.

We humans are to provide fresh food and water, only the finest grain in the sandbox, and interesting places for afternoon naps—fading sunbeams preferred (see photo). Any attempt to redirect, correct, or otherwise chasten will be purposefully, and dramatically, ignored (again, see photo). In turn, he freely gives us his love and a roaring purr, and the honor of his presence in our home. Not a bad life, eh? ; )



 

A "Loveable" BeBop
A "Loveable" BeBop — Submitted by Bari DuBois of Magnolia, Texas

When you come to the word LOVEABLE in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of BEBOP is used for illustration . . . and this is why: at 8 weeks of age, BeBop was abused, had to have surgery and lost his back leg. What a fighter this little guy was. For the last seven years, he has spent every waking moment saying thank you for the happy life he now has. Lovable "is" BeBop. He has no clue he is "different," and he is one of the happiest, most affectionate cats we've ever shared our lives with.



 

An "Inseparable" Knowles & Golden Xena
An "Inseparable" Knowles & Golden Xena — Submitted by Patty Knight of San Leandro, California

When you come to the word INSEPARABLE in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of KNOWLES & XENA is used for illustration . . . and this is why: when we brought our cat Knowles home as a kitty we were worried about our Golden Xena and her not getting along. But, they not only do they get along, they are best friends . . . inseparable even!



 

"Nosey" Tigger
A  "Nosey" Tigger — Submitted by Leigh Foster of Rose City, Michigan

When you come to the word NOSEY in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of TIGGER is used for illustration . . . and this is why: while I was studying for my licensing exam for Vet Tech, I found that recording possible questions and answers then playing them back was an easy way to learn. That is until one day I took this picture and then was listening to the tape I had recorded to find Tigger’s meows on the tape instead of my voice! He just has to have his nose into everything I do!



 

A "Cuddly" OJ
A "Cuddly" OJ — Submitted by Sue Weston of Walton, Kentucky

When you come to the word CUDDLY in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of OJ is used for illustration . . . and this is why: he likes to come up and lay on you and rub his head on your hands when you're on the phone or computer.



 

An "Inseparable" Typhoon & Desdemona
An "Inseparable" Typhoon & Desdemona — Submitted by Denise Irwin of Lewes, Delaware

When you come to the word INSEPARABLE in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of TYPHOON & DESDEMONA is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Typhoon was brought into our home as an abandoned kitten when he was just 6-weeks-old, and immediately thought Desdemona was his mother. He slept with her and they ate together and drank water together. Even after growing into a huge adult cat, he still sleeps with her and spends a lot of time licking her face and ears.

 


 

A "Haughty" Linx
A "Haughty" Linx — Submitted by Donna Clark of Sonoma, California

When you come to the word HAUGHTY in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of LINX is used for illustration . . . and this is why: he knows he is my handsome Dude and he is proud of it. His majestic being is too obvious to be overlooked.



 

An "Inseparable" Lacey and Golden Bailey
An "Inseparable" Lacey and Golden Bailey — Submitted by Denise Mann of Wakefield, Rhode Island

When you come to the word INSEPARABLE in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of Lacey is used for illustration . . . and this is why: She loves her Bailey and is his constant companion! Lacey will snuggle, rub and "bathe" our golden Bailey. When she's had enough, she pounces on his face, bites his nose and runs away. Bailey loves her anyways!

 


 

A "Precious" Little Angel
A "Precious" Little Angel — Submitted by Janice McIntyre of Spencerville, Ontario, Canada

When you come to the word PRECIOUS in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of Little Angel s used for illustration . . . and this is why: Little Angel just loves to play and get into mischief. She was running by the garbage can when she discovered another kitty on the can. To her surprise it was her own image. She looked so precious gazing into her own face. This little kitty is so precious to us as we have bottle fed her since her birth as her mother didn't have enough milk.

 


 

A "Charming" Marbles
A "Charming" Marbles — Submitted by Nancy J. Johnson, Liberty Township, Ohio

When you come to the word CHARMING in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of Marbles s used for illustration . . . and this is why: Marbles is a person in a little "kitty suit" and is the one of the most charming little fellows alive. He delights everyone in his world daily with his unique personality and antics.


 

A "Peaceful" Chester
A "Peaceful" Chester — Submitted by Jennifer Huggins & Christian Dawley, Lewisville, Texas

When you come to the word PEACEFUL in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of Chester is used for illustration . . . and this is why: Chester and his Golden sibling have have shown each other nothing but peace, security and love since he came home at 6 weeks of age.


   

A "Defiant" Kitty Kitty
A "Defiant" Kitty Kitty — Submitted by Marlo Schrader, Southlake, Texas

When you come to the word DEFIANT in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of Kitty Kitty is used for illustration . . . and this is why: She never listens to the word no! “Take one more step and this phone cord is history”.


 

A "Haughty" Pudgy
A "Haughty" Pudgy — Submitted by Marlo Schrader, Southlake, Texas

When you come to the word HAUGHTY in the dictionary of all things CAT, my image of Pudgy is used for illustration . . . and this is why: He will only drink water out of the bird bath and demands to be let out at his discretion.
 


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