SlimFatty's Foto Adventures

By: Jennifer Blake

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Monday, 13-Jun-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Wet Leaves
A light leads to ...
This and the previous entry are good representations of what I've been interested in photographing lately ... the odd architectural detail and florals.

Tuesday, 7-Jun-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
SlimFatty and the River!

these are various views that highlight or include the Schuylkill River. If you're outside of Philadelphia, you may not be familiar with the pronunciation of that. It's sku-kill. None of the extra letters get pronounced.

Tuesday, 8-Mar-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
SlimFatty and the Critters!

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A horse downtown, pulling a carriage filled with tourists.

Anubis, a stray that I feed in my yard.

A seagull perched by the Delaware River.

My kitty, Phoebe, posing for super stardom.

Wednesday, 9-Feb-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
SlimFatty and the Columns!

These are all from the old Philadelphia Waterworks facility.

Saturday, 5-Feb-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
SlimFatty and the Strays!

Mack Catty
Delicate balance
Anubis in the Snow
[b]These are my extra kitties, the two strays that I feed. This was the first time I'd seen them in over a week after all the snow we got recently. I was worried about them being off somewhere starving.

I've named them. The big golden striped tabby is Mack Catty. The black kitty is Anubis. I've been feeding them for almost 5 months and Mack Catty still shies away from me. I think he was born in the streets and has never really "known" people. Anubis, on the other hand, is very friendly. She loves to rub up against my legs when I go out into the yard. Usually, I find that when kitties are friendly like that and seem familiar with people, it's because they were part of a household at one point and were put out in the streets.

If anybody EVER has any doubts on the subject ... the answer is YES, it is much better to take an unwanted pet to various animal shelters than to put them out in the streets!

Don't do anything to an animal that you wouldn't want done to YOU!

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