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I know this joke's been around a few times but it cracks me up every time I read it because it's so true (at least with my cats)!

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HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH A CAT

--Put the cat on a pillow.
--Set up your camera.
--Put the cat back on the pillow.
--Get a bowl of food and put it next to the pillow.
--Put the cat back on the pillow.
--Grab the food bowl and follow the cat. As you run,
hold the bowl in our cat's face, tempting her to eat.
--See if the neighbors will come over and pick up the
sofa while you snap a picture of the cat underneath.
--Cross the names of your neighbors off the list for
your next party.
--Put the cat back on the pillow.
--Place a catnip-stuffed mouse in front of your cat and
wait for your cat to go crazy.
--Go back to the pet store and demand a refund.
--Decide on a family portrait with the cat instead.
--To stop the argument over which child gets to pose with
the cat, agree to take pictures of each child holding
the cat on her lap.
--Tell each child that it doesn't matter who holds the
cat first because you'll shuffle the pictures after
they're developed and look at them in a different
order than the order they were taken.
--Get more cats, one for each child, and go back to step
one.
 

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Hehe. Ive never heard that one before. My cat doesnt mind me taking pictures for her. She will normally sit there for me, until its taken. Although sometimes she will wonder off while the picture is being taken, :lol:
 

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That was cute. My cats usually stay in one place but sometimes when they're doing something cute, it only lasts for a little bit and by the time I get the camera they're gone. :lol:
 

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Yep! Me too. I told someone in a different post a while back that maybe I should just carry the camera around my neck all day so I'm prepared for that one-in-a-million snapshot! :lol:
 

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Hehe what a funny sight! I can picture us cat ppl walking around with a camera tied to us like it is a lifeline. I always make sure my digital camera has a full battery and there is room for picture taking anytime. I used to have a digital camera where once I turned it on, and snapped a shot it would take like 15 seconds for the picture to take and by that time they would of moved. Now I have a much faster camera, I can't stand the slow ones. :wink:
 
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