Cat Scanning

This is what happens when you get Flyman (our cat) to play with the scanner.  Just for fun …

cat scan

Fluffy ears – but keeping his distance.

hand scan

Wobbly fingers.

cat_scan_with paw

Can’t hold back any longer and he tapped the glass with his paw.

removable ears

Removable ears! Freaky!

abstract cat

And finally – an abstract sort of cat.
 

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5 comments on “Cat Scanning
  1. Mikki says:

    That’s fantastic. You scanned the cat. How cool is that???
    Please can you come round and scan Miscou when we get her back. I think it could be the start of a major art movement….
    scanned pets.

  2. Paul Groves says:

    Mikki: How about we give you the scanner and Flyman and you can do whatever you like with them both?
    We’ll get a new scanner…and a puppy 😉

  3. First – we are going to need a bigger scanner to maximise Miscou’s super furriness.

    Second – did you used to go to that site cat-scan.com? That was just pictures of cats sitting on flat bed scanners with big paws and furry bottoms. Very funny. Apparently now defunct :o(

    So instead here are three cat and scanner links instead:

    Cats That Look Like Hitler
    http://www.catsthatlooklikehitler.com

    Portraits Using Just a Scanner
    http://www.funbucket.co.uk

    Face Your Pockets
    A scan of your face with the contents of your pockets
    http://www.faceyourpockets.com

  4. PS: Our scanner is not strong enough to let old dump-truck Flyman stand on it. Do not be duped by my husband.

  5. Mikki says:

    I have just finished reading a book that, whilst rubbish in many other respects, featured a cat called Chairman Miaow. Possibly the best cat name ever.

    Hmm. You may have to scan small bits of Miscou at a time. My scanner doubles as a fax machine. If I work on it carefully I could scan her in and fax her straight off.

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