Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in the July/August 2016 issue of Catster print magazine. Click here to subscribe to Catster magazine.
In every print issue of Catster, we ask you, the readers, to send you images of your cats on a certain topic. In the July/August issue, that topic was “My Favorite Spot.” Here are the ones the print editors chose to appear in the magazine. If you’d like to get your cat featured in this Catster section, scroll to the end to see how the process works.
This shot of Oliver, looking ever-so-slightly guilty in a bathroom sink, was submitted by Nicole Pane.
Boots, who lives with Linda Littlejohn, seems to be asking, “Whaaaat?”
Murphy, who belongs to Katie Moore, we’re pretty sure is mocking us.
“All is well in my world,” says Simon, who belongs to
Abbytail has a rather interesting way of taking maximum comfort from a cushy couch or loveseat. (Thanks, Pat Ford.)
Fred’s needs are simple: A wooden chair. (Fred lives with Jennifer Goerner.)
We would say Bernie likes to read, but we know better. Bernie probably like preventing his human, Kate Zeiger, from reading.
“Kiki loves to hang out on top of our fridge,” offers Trudy Yanchick.
Kori’s needs are met on a carpet at the very top of the stairs. Sherry Thompson captures the kitty good life in this shot.
Bagheera, owned by Dee Vega, prefers a cool kitchen counter spot.
11. Blackjack and Pipi
These two cats who live with Kristina Newell love to share — their fur, by sitting in dresser drawers.
Charley, on the other hand, likes his alone time in a box. Just ask Eva Gharabaghi..
Then there’s Max, who lives with Fran Kelliher, who makes full use of the back of a kitchen chair by using it as a chin rest. Fran says “it’s his favorite spot — so he doesn’t miss anything.”
Finally there’s Megan Noel’s cat Kaydin, who hops into a laundry basket for a hiding place and a great view at the same time.
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Submissions must include your cat’s name and breed or mix, and your name, address, and daytime phone number. For all other rules and details, see the current issue of Catster in print.