forget 50 shades of grey… here’s 50 shades of cat

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Read the book, seen the film and still feel like you need some extra Ummppffff?

Have no fear… here’s the sequel.

Forget 50 shades of grey… here’s 50 shades of cat

As a cat behaviourist and cat grooming specialist I work with the most amazing cats and human caretakers. I always carry my camera around with me so here are some of the best shots. There may not be 50 photo’s of cats but the one’s I have chosen sure will take you to new heights, hopefully!!

Who needs sex when you have cats… Erm.. Did I really just say that?  🙂

The cat photo’s below are copyright of Anita Kelsey (apart from photo 14 and 19) so please do ask if you wish to use one on your web site. None have been edited in photoshop apart from photo 3.. the amazing Shelby with the largest cat eyes I have ever seen.

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20 year old Flower who has just received a letter from the queen!!

50 shades of grey

This cat wasn’t that impressed with 50 shades of grey.. He has the best shade after all.

 

50 shades of cat

50 shades of cat

50 shades of cat

50 shades of cat

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50 shades of grey

Tilly

50 shades of cat

Kiki is my cat – Just look at that shade of grey :-)

 

50 shades of cat

 

There you have it.. Uplifted? 😉

 

If you are seeking a cat grooming specialist in London or an expert cat behaviour psychologist then you have come to the right web site. Please email info@catnips.co.uk for any enquiries.

 

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Anita

Anita Kelsey graduated from Middlesex University with a first class Honours degree (work based) in Feline Behaviour and Psychology. She runs a vet referral cat behaviour consultancy in Notting hill, London. Anita also trained in cat grooming at master level and is known for her valuable work with extremely aggressive cats. She is a regular contributor to Your Cat magazine, Cats Protection magazine and The Canine and Feline Behaviour Association of which she is a fully member. Anita is fully recognised, by pet insurance companies and veterinary practices, as an accredited qualified cat behaviour practitioner. Home visit consultations are offered in London and anywhere else in the UK.