Images of Cattitude Photo Contest Winners
 
   

A "Peaceful" Chester
A "Peaceful" Chester — by Jennifer Huggins & Christian Dawley, Lewisville, TX
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 "Content" Dino 
A "Content" Dino — by Jeannie Dailey of DeBary, FL
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.
 

   

A "Cool" Charlie
A "Cool" Charlie — by Bari DuBois of Magnolia, TX
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 "Striking" Wesley
A "Striking" Wesley G. Wilcox — by Dr. Nora Wilcox of Pensacola, FL
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.

 

   

"Content" Merlin
A  "Content" Merlin — by Sadie Nelson of Memphis, TN
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

 


 

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