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Polaroid snapshot of my longhaired tabby cat Sneaky standing on the narrow divider between the two basins of the kitchen sink, looking out the window through the yellow curtains.

 


My Cat Sneaky #34

A Polaroid snapshot of my cat Sneaky standing on the narrow divider between the two basins of the kitchen sink, looking out the window in the morning. He often looks out through the kitchen windows to be sure none of his neighborhood enemies are walking through HIS yard!

Sneaky was an abandoned cat in my neighborhood that I took in back in 2018 after he came into my yard and started rubbing against my ankles one night. When I petted him, I could feel that he was skin and bones malnourished under his long hair. I gave him some leftover steak I had been saving to take to my parents' dog, and he began coming back and trying to come in my house. I took him to a vet because he had fleas and wasn't gaining weight despite me feeding him a lot. Turns out that he had tapeworms! After he was treated for the fleas and tapeworms, he gained weight and got a lot healthier. He is a very sweet and affectionate cat.

I named him Sneaky because he kept slipping in the house no matter how careful I was. The vet said to keep him outside for a period of time after the flea treatment to make sure all the fleas were gone, but Sneaky did not want to wait! He still likes steak, and routinely rejects his canned cat food unless I 'season' it by adding some steak. I keep a bag of meat in the fridge for that purpose. Some say he is spoiled!

You can see more of Sneaky on his Instagram page.

10-17-22

 

 

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The original Polaroid print is not for sale, but you may purchase prints that I have made from the original image. Like the prints that I produce and sell of my conventional photographs, these are exhibition quality signed archival inkjet prints made on glossy baryta paper using pigment inks. Because Polaroid prints fade over time when exposed to light, the inkjet prints are actually superior for framing and display; they will not fade.

The 3.5x4.3 inch prints are the same size as the original image; others are enlargements.

 

 

 

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SKU Print Size Framed or Unframed Price Qty.
polaroid-10-17-22-sneaky-3-originalsize-unframed 3.5x4.3 inch Unframed $125.00
polaroid-10-17-22-sneaky-3-originalsize-framed 3.5x4.3 inch Framed $225.00
polaroid-10-17-22-sneaky-3-small-unframed 6x7 inch Unframed $200.00
polaroid-10-17-22-sneaky-3-small-framed 6x7 inch Framed $325.00
polaroid-10-17-22-sneaky-3-medium-unframed 10x12 inch Unframed $350.00
polaroid-10-17-22-sneaky-3-medium-framed 10x12 inch Framed $475.00
polaroid-10-17-22-sneaky-3-large-unframed 15x18 inch Unframed $500.00
polaroid-10-17-22-sneaky-3-large-framed 15x18 inch Framed $700.00

 

 

 

 

 

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