He’s probably the sweetest member of our family. He’s been with us for only five months less than Ash has (almost 10 years!). They’ve grown up together and because of that, he doesn’t mind being around little kids. Adults on the other hand. . . We’ve been feeding him for ten years and he’s still not 100% sure he can trust us.
He wasn’t a lap cat for the first 8 years of his life, but lately he enjoys crawling into my lap to take about a 30 minute nap. Thankfully that’s the extent of it, because my legs are asleep by the time he’s leaping out! He’s not a small cat — 14 pounds!
I’ll have to thank Buzz for holding his paw out exactly parallel with the window muntins. Did you know those pieces of wood that hold together the panes of glass are called muntins? I had to google that. You learn something new every day. So, thanks for that Buzz, too. I turned it black and white since there was barely any color to begin with. I increased just about everything: contrast, clarity, highlights, and whites. I lightened the blacks. I also adjusted the tone curve. Here is the original:
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