Category Archives: Cats

Noelle & Orion’s dad contacted me a few weeks ago because Noelle is 17 years old and in declining health. She is the gray tabby with the stunning green eyes. I mean seriously… aren’t they gorgeous?!!  While I was there, I also photographed her 10 year old brother, Orion, who had equally gorgeous yellow eyes.

Noelle-1363Grey Tabby on couchNoelle-1509Noelle-1554Noelle-1560Orion-1407Orion-1416Orion-1598

Please meet Romeo. My newest foster cat, a 5 year old Seal Point Birman. The moment I laid eyes on him I felt an immediate connection to him. He was not only absolutely gorgeous, but looked almost identical to the first cat I had after moving out of my parents home and into my first condo. Mufasa, a Ragdoll  kept me company when I was living alone. He provided me with so much joy, love and laughter. Seeing Romeo brought back all those wonderful and comforting memories of Mufasa. Mufasa passed away 2 years ago after being with me for 16 years. When I look at Romeo, I’m in love all over again. Yes, he is beautiful, but as I get to know his amazing personality I’m finding it even harder to imagine letting him go. He’s so laid back and friendly.  Nothing is confirmed and I still want to get to know him a little bit longer while I’m fostering him. I hadn’t planned on adding a cat to our household anytime soon. But… some things might be meant to be.

Seal Point Birman


This was Mufasa… yes, sadly I have no good pictures of him. This was taken before my photographic journey.

Mitted Seal Point Ragdoll

I was honored to be able to photograph the winners of the Denton Record Chronicles “Cats & Dogs and other pets, too!” contest this year. 10% of the proceeds went to the Denton Humane Society.

The Grand Prize winner was Lyle, an adorable Dachshund. Lyle won a photo session with me and an 8×10 print along with being the COVER dog for this years publication!

To view the magazine and read the adorable interviews with Lyle, Sadie, and Cheeto, click HERE!


Dachshund with neck tie

Dachshund looking up


The runner ups were Cheeto, the cat and Sadie, the Sheltie who both won a mini session and a 5×7 print along with being featured in the supplement.

Orange cat

cat on couch


Sheltie on sofa
If you didn’t win this year, there is always next year! Can’t wait? Consider entering the Humane Society of Flower Mound‘s Calendar Contest HERE!



I’m fostering these 4 kittens for the Flower Mound Humane Society. They are about 8 weeks old and are available for pre-adoption.

Adoption fees are $100 for cats.  This adoption fee helps to cover the costs of basic preventative care including spay or neuter, vaccines (including Rabies and virals), heartworm tests, FeLV/FIV tests, in addition to extra medical care the animal may need. For more information on adopting one of these cute kittens or any other animal, please visit

Female Tabby Kitten

Sundae – Female Tabby

Black Kitten

Spree – Male Black Kitten

Male Tabby Kitten

Black Kittie

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