I got a delightful surprise today: Lorelai’s breeder, Eva, sent me the first professional photos she had taken of Rory and her littermates when they were 11 weeks old (and of course, that’s Rory front and center in the above photo).
The photos were done by Maria Westling and ArtPhoto, and they really capture Rory’s personality.
There was an event at our DjurMagazinet a couple of weeks ago, and I took everyone to have photos done. It was especially important to get professional photos of Alfred and Angel, since it’s much easier to get photos done at cat shows. Angel cannot be entered in a FIFe show, as cats missing parts aren’t allowed in shows, even as Household Pets. Not that Angel would like being shown at all. Freddy is FIFe-registered, and could be shown as a Abyssinian, of course, but his colour is so dark that he’d be laughed off the judging stand. He also has some barring on his front legs and his eyes are somewhat round. He’s a great Aby…he’s just not a show Aby. And that is okay.
There’ll be a post about that circus eventually (Björn had to work and Kalle was sick, so I had to wrangle all four cats on my own. Which was oh so much fun.
I wasn’t aware that Rory had done that before. She certainly didn’t act like she’d ever had profressional photos done!
She seems to have done wonderfully on this first go.
I love that she had these done! This was the week before we got her, and it’s so great to have pro photos from before we actually got her.
She seems to be a natural.
Pretty sure that’s her with the toy, though.