previous cats and cats from the past
cats with ladies
cats with gentlemen
cats with children
cats with people you might have heard of
cats in the military
cats at sea
cartoons, art, and illustration
cats on matchboxes
cats wearing bows
possibly not okay and/or sad
how not to hold a cat
find the cat
a kitten in a maze
a cat falling in slow motion
a swimming cat
my pet lion
the adventures of sam
gjon mili's cat blackie
monkey the cat and his hats
rabougri: chat de gouttiere
black cat auditions for tales of terror
los angeles cat show
the krueger family
the trimpey family
cats in baskets and other containers
cats in motion
cats in labs
cats in wisconsin
cats in people clothes and/or doing people things
cats and dairy
cats and corn
cats and yarn
cats and non-cats
Siamese cat resting under suspended curved stairway in Paul Rudolph-designed house. Athens, AL, 1964. Photograph by John Dominis. Source: LIFE Photo Archive, hosted by Google.
Unknown photographer, [Courtyard with narrow passageway in Strassburg, Austria, cat in lower left of foreground], ca. 1890-1915. Source: Fogg Museum, Harvard University.
More Wisconsin Cat Trip.
Charles Van Schaick, Children on Porch, undated. Black River Falls, Wisconsin. Source: Wisconsin Historical Society.
A stereoview of a boy standing next to a baby carriage with two infants sitting inside. In front of the buggy, two cats drink out of a saucer.
Andreas Larsen Dahl, Children Standing in front of Wooden Fence, ca. 1872. Source: Wisconsin Historical Society.
Six children stand in front of a wooden fence that has posts and picket fence gate. A cat sits on the walk behind them and their mother sits on the porch with a baby. The Greek Revival house has the Norwegian-American Hekla Fire Insurance Company sign over its door. The linear organization used here was one adopted by Dahl early in his career. Said to be the Al Meyer residence, 7400 block of Elmwood, in Middleton.
Man and Woman on Porch of House. Charles Van Schaick, Black River Falls, Wisconsin; undated.
Man, woman, and cat on the porch of a frame home, with board sidewalk in foreground. This is probably Mr. and Mrs. Bartell Giroux. He was a tinsmith.
Trimpey House, ca. 1930. Source: Wisconsin Historical Society.
Exterior of the residence of Edwin B. and Alice Kent Trimpey, showing front entrance with columns, with a porch and plants above. A cat looks out the window on the left. The home was located at 719 Oak Street.