Street Cats Winner – Jonas Chan

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2017 ‘Street Cats’ photography competition winning image – photographed by Jonas Chan from Hong Kong

“There are lots of homes behind this street cat but none belong to him.”

The judges loved the colour and composition of this picture and how it shows the impact of human society on the natural world.

Jonas’ winning image features in the 2018 Street Cats Calendar which will be sold to raise funds for International Cat Care’s cat welfare work.

To find out more and to order your copy of the calendar click here.

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Street Cats Winner – Igor Taranenko

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2017 ‘Street Cats’ photography competition winning image – photographed by Igor Taranenko from the Ukraine

“Almost all of the cats in my photographs are the inhabitants of the streets of my hometown in the Crimea, in Yalta. I find it difficult to say anything detailed about their lives, as many of them I saw only once. The only thing I can say is that in Yalta there are lots of people who feed outdoor cats, pour clean water into bowls for them and find them shelter in the winter.”

The judges could not resist this cat’s eyes and the colour highlights which draw the face out of the picture.

Igor’s winning image features in the 2018 Street Cats Calendar which will be sold to raise funds for International Cat Care’s cat welfare work.

To find out more and to order your copy of the calendar click here.

Street Cats Winner – Christine Lam Ying Loi

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2017 ‘Street Cats’ photography competition winning image – photographed by Christine Lam Ying Loi

“This picture was taken in a fishing village on one of the islands around Hong Kong where many street cats live. Although this is a street cat, shop owners nearby feed him daily. He is famous on the island and many people love him – he has good looks and he’s smart. The cat in the background is his friend and they always play together. On that day, they stayed for a while for me to take photos with them. It seemed like they enjoyed being my models in front of the camera.”

It was the lack of colour which the judges liked about this picture, with the shallow depth of field allowing the focus to be on the cat while still showing its environment.

Christine’s winning image features in the 2018 Street Cats Calendar which will be sold to raise funds for International Cat Care’s cat welfare work.

To find out more and to order your copy of the calendar click here.