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The editors of Catster Magazine’s print edition are always on the lookout for great photos from readers. The ones below are among ones chosen for the January/February 2017 issue. Scroll to the end of this post where you’ll find instructions for submitting your photos. You’ll have a chance for them to appear in a future Photo Booth Gallery.
Here’s Garfield. I’m sure you’ll agree when we say we hope he never looks any different than this. Thanks to Ileen and David Garcia for sending this shot.
Next we have the very striking Tillie. For some reason, the name “Mr. Spock” comes to mind. Very intense, with Vulcan ears. Fascinating. Thanks to Samantha Steinbrenner for sending this shot.
Speaking of Star Trek, below we have Winnie, doing a good impersonation of a Tribble. Jen and Russell Surber sent this photo.
Boldly going where no cat has gone before is Sissy. Her human, Kelly Hunt, sent this shot.
Getting into the Christmas spirit is Buster. Thanks to Stuart C. Betts for sending this shot.
Next is Lola, doing the little head-cock to add an inquisitive accent to her photo. This was sent by Ally Orick.
Now we have another Lola, this one a gorgeous longhair ginger kitty. Luann Reiss sent us this one.
Next is Tigger, who’s just hangin’ around with a basket and a blanket. Paul and Darlene McRoberts sent us this intense bit of cuteness.
Here’s Luna. No words. All cute. Mia Martin, who sent us this shot, gets to LIVE with this. Lucky Mia!
Next us is Cow, looking every bit the holstein. Thanks to Jessie Lemire.
Last we have Pumpkin, whose eyes are truly mesmerizing. Marie Pascarella shared this photo.
Send us snapshots of your favorite felines. Selected photos will appear in an upcoming issue of Catster magazine.
Email: Send high-resolution digital images to email@example.com (subject: Photo Booth).
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