Friday, March 14, 2008

Ghost in the night

Unless you light him up with the flash of a camera, The Mighty Fang is pretty much invisible at night.

-- Badtux the Cat-owned Penguin


  1. I'm guessing that he is no happier with rain than a B-2.

    You have a lot of success with his coat showing up in your pictures. I'm thrilled when I can get a shot with their eyes open.

  2. Indeed, he is much the Stealth Cat, unhappy in the rain. The funny thing though is that his coat is so glossy that rain pretty much just slides off of it, so it's a simple displeasure, not a failure to properly function the way a B-2's coat refuses to properly function in the rain. (I guess Ronnie Ray-Gun figgered that the Soviets would always attack us during good weather, huh?).

    For every photo I post to the blog, there are at least forty photos that did not turn out. Sad to say, the secret of cat photography is to just keep hitting that stupid button until the cat accidentally is in a pose that is usable... albeit rarely the pose that you want. (Hey, they're cats, why would they care what you want?!).

    - Badtux the Cat-owned Penguin

  3. My cats are convinced that Mighty Fang was in their litter.

    They've been on the Maury show twice now in a futile search for their birth parents. You should see how sad their little faces get, downtrodden whiskers and all, when Maury reads the DNA results:

    "When it comes to 7-year-old Manni and Lola Linger, Lord Puff Puff, you are NOT the father..."


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