May 29, 2011

June Desktop Wallpaper Cat: Fran!

free desktop wallpaper calendar for June 2011, Fran the Siamese former Feral. Click for full size, right-click and select save as desktop background
You could almost play Find the Photographer in her eyes!  Originally shot for my Cat Eyes t-shirt series (bottom of blog), This high-detail photo of Fran is our June Cat of the Month free desktop wallpaper.

The photo wallpaper above is in a new, larger size and is for wide screens. A standard 4:3 version is below (also in a new larger size):
June Cat of the Month Fran, standard 4:3 screen edition
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FREE WALLPAPER: Click on the image of your choice to see the full size version, then right-click on it (one-button Macs, use CONTROL-Click) - - in most browsers you can set it as your desktop wallpaper from there by selecting "Set as Desktop Background". - This also saves the image to your computer.

I keep thinking that Fran has been Cat of the Month before but it doesn't really matter, I guess. This photo represents a new look for the calendar and a fresh, appealing Fran.

While the sizes are larger than before, they can easily be stretched or squished to fit your particular desktop.
If you have any problems or issues - or tips/suggestions - just let me know in the comments. In the meantime, I am looking forward to enjoying Fran's beautiful face all month long and I hope you will, too!

Thank you for being part of our feral family.

1 comment:

  1. Hi,
    I appreciate your concern for the welfare of these sad, lonely feral kitties...both of mine were feral, and one of them came close to death by the time we found her. I have a photo of her at that time, lapping (or trying to) milk from a saucer. She was so hungry, at about 4 months, all skin and bone, that she couldn't lap the milk quickly enough, and it has splashed all over her darling face. She looks so sweet and cute, I fell in love with her straight away. Do you have a section where we can post such photos, of any feral kitties that we rescued, at the time of rescue? perhaps, a before and after section. then, and now, when they are happy and loved.
    I love your articles, keep up your great work.


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