Photos of readers

July 16, 2020 • 2:30 pm

The tank is low, very low, so if you’d like to be featured, send in your photos and captions. (As in today’s feature, cats are welcome, so long as they’re yours.)

Today’s reader is Martin Watts, and I’ve indented his captions:

I’ve attached a couple photos for the tank. The first is of me in my office at the state hospital, where I work as a forensic psychiatrist (note the friendly Incarcer-gator behind me). My spouse has made a number of masks for me and others using good quilting fabric, and I particularly like the far-out cats. We’re doing our best to minimize transmission of the virus into and in the hospital, but given the high rate of new cases in Arkansas, it’ll continue to be a challenge. The second is of my fourteen-year-old cat Felein (spelling is a play on the -lein suffix).

The second is of my fourteen-year-old cat Felein (spelling is a play on the -lein suffix).

[JAC: That’s a formidable looking cat! I also like the moustache.]

10 thoughts on “Photos of readers

  1. Love the mask. I too have been making masks from left over project fabric- must find some cat fabric! Your cat is beautiful – such unusual markings.

  2. Thanks for your great service to your community. What a great cat! Maybe you could come up with a mask that resembles that curious kitty.

  3. That is a sharp looking cat. You could maybe have a fresh specimen in 4 or 5 months, considering your line of work.

  4. Cool cat mask! I just have a couple boring black ones; I need to expand my wardrobe. Along with the Incarcer-gator, I also see the scary eye of the Stay Puft marshmello man. 😬

    I agree with the readers and Jerry- beautiful and formidable looking cat

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