People are passionate about their cats. We pamper them, we indulge them, and we often attribute to them characteristics that are—let’s face it—even more remarkable than their truly remarkable actual attributes. This delightful collection of magnificent studio photographs celebrates all that is wonderful about cats.
From the sultry gaze of a sinuous Siamese to the disdainful glare of a purebred Persian, from the steady concentration of a cat poised to pounce to the pointy-eared charm of a still awkward kitten, cats spring to life in these superb portraits. Throughout the captions the photographer introduce us to each cat by name and provide a sentiment purrfectly suited to the portrait above. Feline fanciers of all ages will delight in these spectacular pictures presented in an impressive pictures.
Originally trained as a painter and illustrator, Jane Burton has specialized in wildlife photography for more than fifty years. She is married to Kim Taylor, also a natural history photographer, and together they have worked in Malaysia, the West Indies, and Africa.
“Cats are notoriously hard to photograph in the studio but Jane managed to achieve what many photographers have been unable to do,” Kim Taylor