Every now and then a good laugh is a great thing, and that little
camera-for-animals invention is really neat and so much fun.
Besides, its the madest day of the year here in Australia. It's the
first Tuesday of November, when EVERYTHING, repeat EVERYthing stops just
for a horse race - the Melbourne Cup. For myself, of course, I'm much
Come to think of it Mark, a kitty-kam gummed onto the front (or rear)
end of the horses in that race would have been very interesting - it was
There, lots of photo references (of a slightly wayward nature).
regards to all
Trevor Cunningham wrote:
> Honestly, "Kitty-Kam"? Some folks have WAYYY too much time on their
> "somewhere between zero and one...everything else is exaggeration" -
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> I saw one Kitty Kam photo of a runnin mouse looking over his shoulder
> with eyes as big as saucers! Make a great gum print!
> Best Wishes,
> Mark Nelson
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> On Nov 3, 2008, at 4:26:50 PM, "Catherine Rogers"
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> From: "Catherine Rogers" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: Updated Website - a not-quite-alt response
> Date: November 3, 2008 4:26:50 PM CS
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> In repsonse to your desire to know what dogs think via a little
> in the brain, google 'kitty-cam' and check out this site - among
> others: www.mr-lee-cat*cam*.de/
> I have seen some wonderful still photos on the net which are the
> of a 'kitty-cam' attached to the cat's neck. The photos retrieved
> are really funny - I reckon you know exactly what the cat is
> Lots of pictures of the undersides of cars for example. On one
> site, the
> owner has provided a commentary and discovers that his cat visits
> that he couldn't recognize at all despite being in his neighbourhood.
> Lotsa fun. While I haven't done a search, I am sure that there are
> 'doggy-cam' pics using this really neat invention.
> Christina Z. Anderson wrote:
> > Jeremy,
> > Wouldn't it be fascinating to actually have a little camera in the
> > brain of a dog to see what they think? Like, wow, that's a great
> > to use to mark my territory or whatnot.