flying cat


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arboreal nocturnal mammal of southeast Asia and the Philippines resembling a lemur and having a fold of skin on each side from neck to tail that is used for long gliding leaps

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ATLANTA, June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Ian and Aubern Mason of Flying Cat Studio of Newnan, GA rank as part of a group of the top traditional artisans in America, according to a panel of experts convened by Early American Life magazine.
PRIZE CATCH: (right) James Armstrong with a 9lb Coquet salmon he caught on a Flying Cat Pauperhaugh Park and another of 5lb.
Ken Senior with the Dive and Laurence Sheard with Flying Cat, provide some digital fun, and another laugh come from Laurence's graveyard shot, Let Me Out.
THE wartime exploits of a flying cat are giving visitors to one Wirral exhibition paws for thought.
Her father was 30 years older than her mother and she can still remember the day she presented him with the sight of a flying cat.
The 27-year-old has been inspired to create images one would expect to see inside classic children's books with images of spider princesses, flying cats and dancing rabbits amongst her elegantly created pieces.
The 27-year-old has been inspired to create images one would expect to see inside classic children's books with pictures of spider princesses, flying cats and dancing rabbits amongst her elegantly- created pieces.
8 FLYING CATS Voina, a Russian guerrilla art group, once threw live cats at a McDonalds store in a subversive performance for International Workers' Day.
Born in Latvia, Halsman also seemed to have had a passion for the surreal, with one of his most delightful images capturing Dali, with the incredible background antics of streams of water and flying cats.
But while some people would like to see flying cats, scientists say the phenomenon is a developmental defect - and the "wings" are useless, even for flying.