This has been uploaded at 1080, so to really appreciate what's come off my cameras, watch it on your monitor :)
May has been a busy month at the Cat Survival Trust in Welwyn, Hertfordshire. Work has resumed on the central cat house with added vigour to potentially house two sets of these majestic animals. Whilst all this was going on, I was able to capture some of the activity around me. The site of Cat Survival Trust is located in beautiful Hertfordshire countryside; there is a corpse of woodland at the top of Terry's land where bluebells blossom in abundance, and beautiful fields around the centre.
Big cats are simply amazing. Once fed, it's almost as if they shut down and doze their days away; something I hope i've managed to capture in the photographs I took of them as the work has been going on around them. And as with everything to do with the Cat Survival Trust, I hope i've managed to capture some of the quirkiness of the place; an aspect that makes it so appealing to me.
The Cat Survival Trust is a charity founded in 1976 by Dr Terry Moore and run entirely by the dedication of volunteers.