Inner Vision Images Custom Photography

The Adventures of Kar Kat

by on Feb.16, 2014, under What's New

Kar Kat writes this weeks Inner Vision Images BLOG

Kar Kat writes this weeks Inner Vision Images BLOG

I’m so excited.  I’ve been working for Steve and Lee here at Inner Vision Images since December and they have finally allowed me to write my first BLOG.

First, allow me to introduce myself.  My Name is Kar Kat and I’m the Road Manager here at Inner Vision Images.  Most of the time they just call me their “Roadie”.  The best part of my job is that I get to travel with them on all of their great adventures.

A little about me.  I was born in Chanchun, in Northeast China. My family worked in a large, mega-factory just outside the city.  As soon as I was 3 months old I began working in the factory as well. Our entire family held very important positions.  We were in charge of rodent control.  It was our jobs to make sure that there were no mice or rats anywhere in the factory.  As a reward for good work, we got to eat all the mice we caught. The bad part was that was all we got to eat so we had to work very hard.

The factory where I worked made lots of things. The area that I worked in made baby formula so every once in a while, in the cold winters when there weren’t very many mice one of the factory workers would sneak me a small bowl of formula to drink.  My sister, who thinks she knows everything, said it was because they wanted to make sure it was safe to drink and that it wasn’t because they were being nice.

One day, I chased a really large rat into one of the shipping containers that was being loaded.  Before I could get back out with my prize, I got locked in. Two weeks later, when they opened the container I was in Oakland, California. I was scared; everyone was talking to me in some strange new language.  They all seemed to understand me, but I sure couldn’t understand them. It’s was then that I knew I had to make a break for it. I snuck into the cab of one of the trucks and made my way to a place called Wal-Mart in Natomas.  It was there that I met Steve, my new boss.

Steve took me back to his photo studio and introduced me to the rest of his staff. He already had two other cats on his staff, Dora who is Director of First Impressions and greets all of the kids when they come to have their pictures taken and Lavender. They couldn’t quite explain exactly what it was that Lavender did. It sounded like she was a princess-in-training or something like that.  I would never have imagined that there could be a cat that didn’t have to earn its keep.

I live in their Jeep almost all of the time.  I really prefer it.  I’m used to really cold weather and haven’t gotten used to being inside.

Stay tuned for more.  They’re going to let me BLOG about my adventures.

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