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From the U.S. Naval Institute’s Cats and the Sea Services page:
War Veteran “Pooli,” who rates three service ribbons and four battle stars, shows she can still get into her old uniform as she prepares to celebrate her 15th birthday. The cat served aboard an attack transport during World War II.
Los Angeles, 1959.
Photo: Visiting the U.S. Soldiers and Airmen’s Home, 9/16/1993. Source: National Archives (ARC Identifier 3578323), via Public Domain Images Online.
Allan Grant, Cat Eats Corn, 1951. Source: LIFE Photo Archive, hosted by Google.
Little girl and her cat, ca. 1900. Source: Corbis.
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Photo by Nat Farbman: Cats Blackie & Brownie catching squirts of milk during milking at Arch Badertscher’s dairy farm, 1954. Source: LIFE Photo Archive, hosted by Google.
Between 1900 and the 1950s, Sydney photographer Sam Hood took hundreds of photographs of ships and their crew for souvenirs of their visit or to send home to families. This photograph depicts an apprentice on the British India Line steamer UMBALLA nursing a kitten.
For more information see Patricia Miles’ article Little Shipmates in Signals 82, 2008, pp 34-35.
This photo is part of the Australian National Maritime Museum’s Samuel J. Hood Studio collection. Sam Hood (1872-1953) was a Sydney photographer with a passion for ships. His 60-year career spanned the romantic age of sail and two world wars. The photos in the collection were taken mainly in Sydney and Newcastle during the first half of the 20th century.
Clearly, this cat assumes it’s for him.
A man makes a miniature of an English crown while a cat watches. Photograph by David Boyer for National Geographic, 1953. Via Corbis.
© David Boyer/National Geographic Society/Corbis
Cat Behind the Camera. Photograph by Ronald Kuntz, March 1956. Source: Corbis.
Our Cleveland cameraman will never ask his subjects to “Look at the birdie.” If there were one, He’d probably eat it himself, since he happens to be a cat. The feline photographer, name Tige, is just getting started as a shutterbug. And judging from his first attempts at photography, Tige probably will spend several of his nine lives trying before he’s a professional. What happens when Tige experiments with his master’s camera equipment is the subject of these photos by United Press staff photographer Ronald Kuntz.