Cooper, a normal house cat from Seattle, has recently become one of the world’s most talked-about photographers after his owners tied a timer-controlled camera around his neck, which takes snaps of his day-to-day adventures.
His brilliant career began last year, when his owners, Michael and Deirdre Cross decided to attach the tiny camera in order to answer the question that plagues all cat owners – “where does my cat go all day?”
The mini camera around Cooper’s neck takes photos every two minutes, revealing everything that he sees. The Cross family has saved Cooper’s best work and even set up an art gallery. And there were plenty of art and cat lovers interested in his original photographs, and many sold for up to $320 a piece.