Andy Rogers/Seattle Post-Intelligencer
It may sound unlikely: A cat taking pictures? But Cooper the cat did just that, and now his artwork is on display
in Seattle, Wash. One day a week for a year, Cooper wore a small digital camera on his collar, which automatically took shots every two minutes - culminating in 200 to 400 photos per day. Many of the photos, of course, were unusable or duplicates of the shots before - in fact, his owners noticed he'd taken hours worth of pictures of their back door, prompting them to install a cat door for the little guy. But a great deal of the images were extraordinary, and 16 of the best were chosen to be framed and sold for a limited time at Urban Light Studio. Cooper's show runs through March 10, and proceeds from the sales of his works will benefit The Paws Cat City Adoption Center.
Check out Cooper's Flickr stream here