Weekly Photo Challenge: Hidden

BLUES-CAT
photo via flickr.com by Frizztext
Weekly Photo Challenge no. 39: HIDDEN – our cat EMILY got the blues because we got visitors with a big bad dog. Unfortunately the dog’s name was “Emily” too, therefore the situation ran out of control and we all became confused. To hide away seemed to be the only clever decision. To escape is one of the most distinguished behaviors! And also it is very stylish and congenial to the ruling mainstream mood, to hide behind a big, big BLUES book …
D = Dog (ignoring cats)
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http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2011/10/28/weekly-photo-challenge-hidden/
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feel free to add in the comments the link to your own interpretation of this week’s topic HIDDEN

of course CATs have many different strategies, analyze the youtube video, cat vs. dog

remember: the white dressed is always the good one, the black is the devil one!
P.S.:
on Halloween, Monday 31. Oct, I’ll celebrate my yearly birthday party (aged 66 now) – and unfortunately my cat Emily (found in Italy) again will be confronted with that dangerous dog Emily (saved from Greece). Maybe we’ll call her by the old name Amelia (Italian, I hope she remembers) – the dog should follow to orders: EMILLIΓ“S!!!

P.S.:
don’t be ashamed if you HIDE AWAY – the strategy to HIDE AWAY can be a great pleasure: listen to Freddie King!!!

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writer, photographer, guitarist

71 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Hidden

  1. The kitty looks like he owns the world. Love it!

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  2. I love your cat and this picture! πŸ™‚

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    • do you know that method in psychology TCI = theme centered interaction?
      we are doing something similar like that, if we are talking here about strategies of hiding.

      of course animals have their different strategies of hiding, camouflage, mimikry;
      the army (not amusing for the enemies) has some evil strategies too – I have to mention the LANDMINEs problem.

      but also every human being has some experiences with complicated strategies of hiding.
      to dress fine, to show no facial emotions is the simple level.

      maybe you can follow me, if I say:

      IF ONE CANNOT HIDE OR ESCAPE
      HE HAS TO CHOOSE THE INNER EMIGRATION:
      HE DEVELOPS SCHIZOPHRENIA.

      that at least would be a field for
      TCI psycho-therapy (Rogers)
      or similar methods …

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  3. Northern Narratives

    Funny πŸ™‚

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  5. Great Hiding πŸ™‚

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  6. Great photo and entertaining explanation about the confusion over “Emily”!! ~LOL~

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  7. theWomanAtTheWell

    Hiding is safe, keeps good cats safe from mean cat catchers, even if there bark is worse than their bite!

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  8. Nel

    You’ve got a smart cat.

    Here’s mine: http://directionallyimpaired.wordpress.com/2011/10/29/weekly-photo-challenge-hidden/. Thank you for inspiring me to participate in this challenge. Have a good weekend.

    ~Nel

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  9. Cute, cats love getting into places they do not belong.

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    • yes, she hides in the box for all DATA CD ROMS of the year 2010 (rests with her ass on some freshly pressed DVD’s);
      my cat would not be a good secretary giving everything the right place A to Z or chronologically …

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  10. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    vento

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  11. How cute and please help the cat.

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  12. nelson RN

    Cuuuute!!!!!! Your cat is adorable!

    Check out my entry : http://digitalcatharsis.wordpress.com/2011/10/29/weekly-photo-challenge-hidden/

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  13. A safe hiding place for kitty! cute πŸ™‚

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  14. Your cat is very smart! Hope you have a lovely birthday celebration on Monday. Will you have a cake? Many happy returns of the day.

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  15. Nandini

    Amazing. πŸ˜‰

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  16. Your “Emily” just loves to sing the blues. She is looking for new material. ~~~ : – )
    Nice pix and great connection to the prompt.
    Birthday Greetings of Happiness to You … Enjoy .. be healthy … be happy.
    Isadora

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  17. What a wonderful cat photo!

    I have a friend who called her cat Heidi. At least I thought it was Heidi, but when I babysat it for a week and it only came out of its hiding spot to eat, I realized that its name was Hidey.

    My photos for this challenge have to do with leaves: http://gogreygirl.wordpress.com/2011/10/29/weekly-photo-challenge-hidden/

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  18. Haha, very funny, you always seem to have a camera at hand!
    Here’s my pic: http://wp.me/p1hQvi-6M

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  19. Cats are just great! πŸ™‚ This is my offering this week http://wp.me/p1jkAI-TX

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  20. I’ve seen cats show other dogs, even big dogs, who is boss. It’s quite amusing. I like the expression on your cat’s face.
    http://creativityaroused.wordpress.com/2011/10/28/weekly-photo-challenge-hidden/

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  21. I like your cat, so pretty. Looks like the food is hidden from the dog too.

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    • yes, Connie, no food, no water for evil dogs –
      ’cause they look like they have hidden
      weapons of mass destruction!
      but why attack,
      it’s better not to communicate …
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      [communique by the head quarters of cat strategies]

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  22. So funny the way cats hide, I wonder if they actually think they cannot be seen. Emily looks like she is daring you to do something. Thanks also for the swinging music clip!

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  23. Love the cat’s expression! And when I first saw this picture I couldn’t help but smile. Thanks.

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  24. What a beautiful tuxedo!

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  25. Cats have a way of claiming the oddest spaces. Hmm, I haven’t seen mine all day!
    http://thepetalpusher.me/2011/10/29/weekly-photo-challenge-hidden/bunratty6-1/

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  26. πŸ˜† This is just the sort of thing cats do. Great shot of Emily

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  29. Oh my goodness! What a wonderful pic! No doubt Emily thinks she’d hiding!

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  30. That’s lovely photo! πŸ™‚

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  31. Sweet Emily! and very, very smart. Great photo. I hope you have many, many more birthdays full of love, peace, joy, and prosperity. Enjoy your day, Frizz! πŸ™‚

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  32. cool pic! and thanks for sharing the video as well! made my day πŸ™‚

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  33. that’s nicely hiding and intense look!

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  34. It’s aura spells c-u-n-n-i-n-g. πŸ˜€

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    • thanks for the term CUNNING
      (new for me in Germany):
      schlau, verschlagen, raffiniert, geschickt;
      Verschlagenheit, Geschicklichkeit

      translated back again:

      Clever, crates, refined, skillfully; their craftiness, skill

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  37. Emily is a beautiful Tuxedo kitty! Smart too πŸ™‚ She took care of that little “dog” situation and got her furry beautiful self “hidden”.

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  38. What an adorable cat! I love the way he hide πŸ™‚

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  41. Wolfgang Hermann

    what a lovel shot of an angry looking cat
    wolfgang

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  42. Cool post. The dog playing with cats head seems scary but looks like they’re having fun.

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  43. Haha! Your cat picture is really good :-)!

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  44. Sootee would hide as well if a big bad dog come to visit. She would be hiding because of the fray that would first be caused by our dog Phoenix if another dog did come to visit. I love you shot!

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  45. Sootee would hide as well if a big bad dog come to visit. She would be hiding because of the fray that would first be caused by our dog Phoenix if another dog did come to visit. I love your shot!

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  46. Oh, the dog doesn’t look so bad, maybe he just wanted to play. Still, Emily’s a clever girl. πŸ™‚

    A truly down-to-earth take on the challenge, by the way.

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  47. Fabulous capture.

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  48. thirdhandart

    A truly wonderful post FrizzText! Hope you had a very happy birthday!

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  49. that was a strange and almost impossible story πŸ™‚

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  50. Wonderful – Cats make the best subjects.

    Since you asked, here is my version of hidden:
    http://huffygirl.wordpress.com/2011/11/03/weekly-photo-challenge-hidden/

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  51. Cool cats always hide behind the Blues!

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  54. That shot of your cat in the bookshelf behind the blues book is soooo cute. Thanks for linking it today on my blog. Margie

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