You may remember that I briefly introduced you to amateur photographer Sabrina Boem in an earlier post. Well, today is the first in a series of three posts featuring her stunning black and white photography – with today’s subject being Stray Cats. Later we will see People with Cats and lastly Sabrina’s Shelter Photography in the final post.
Residing in Italy in San Dona’ di Piave (Venice), Sabrina is a small business owner whose passion for photography has led to one of her photos being selected for National Geographic’s ‘Daily Dozen’ as an Editor’s Favorite! Stay tuned to find out which photo – it will be in the People with Cats post.
At the end of this post, there is a special video compilation of Sabrina’s stray and shelter cat photography. Volume up when you watch it!
Marjan Debevere, an amateur photographer, has lived in London, England for the past 23 years, but she is originally from Bruges, Belgium. When not taking beautiful photos of shelter cats, Marjan studies Feline Behaviour and Psychology.
Today’s post is the kickoff to my Adoption Tails series. Each post will focus on a different aspect of adoption or something to consider when adopting a cat. And what better month to start this series than in June, which is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month! So, let’s get started with the series and look at an often overlooked color of cat when it comes to adoptions. Continue reading “Adoption Tails: Choosing Black Cats”→
In April, I did a profile on Marianna, an amateur photographer in Vicenza, Italy, who photographs stray cats and also does her part to help homeless cats find their forever homes. You can read her first profile here and learn more about what she does for stray and rescued cats.
With her love for cats and photography, Marianna started a project she calls Passions. Marianna tells us about her project, where she photographs professions from singers and writers to artists and dancers – with cats!
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