A Cat’s Wild Imagination (3 pics)


Inspired by Jan von Holleben’s Dreams of Flying project and the Oren Lavie’s Her Morning Elegance music video, business student and ballet dancer Theresa Knudson decided to tackle her own photo project. She enlisted the help of her 13-year-old cat Fluffy and after cutting up some colored construction paper, positioned him so that when he was already stretched out, she could quickly lay out some scenes.

Her few photos flew around the web with PhotoJoJo, PetaPixel, TrendHunter and now us, making Fluffy one of the most recognized felines around.


Who doesn’t want to do this with their pet?

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