Cathedral Cats: 08/26/06
Cats and old buildings seem to go hand in hand in Great Britain. Cathedral Cats is another photographic journal that tracks the lives of cats living in historic (and in this case, religious) buildings in Great Britain. It's a short read, less than one hundred pages but the photographic portraits of the cats in their homes and scouting their territories are beautiful. I think I spent more time appreciating the photography than I did in reading the accompanying text.
Here is my BookCrossing review:
Cats and architecture make a nice combination. The photographs are lovely and it's the perfect book to read in an afternoon.
I should add that it was a perfect book to read on a day when I hadn't had much sleep. Caligula, my cat, even took some time to admire some of the photographed felines.