Cats Sleep on SFF: Robots vs. Fairies

Arifel begins with an apology — “for (1) not following the rules of the feature and (2) not even being original in my rule breaking, a picture of my doggo niece Joey being rudely awoken by a human posing her with the Robots vs. Fairies anthology, edited by Dominik Parisen and Navah Wolfe.

“In the second picture, you can see the results of attempting this shot a few minutes earlier with her big sister Tammy, who was not having any of it. I think she’s more of a long form fan.”



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Cats Sleep on SFF: Catstronauts

Matt Y’s submission comes with special effects — lens flare, just like in the movies.

Here’s my fuzz Bella sleeping in my lap with the book Catstronauts, which is about cat astronauts who are trying to fix an energy crisis on earth so in that way it might be like The Cloverfield.


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Cats Sleep on SFF: Rivers of London

Hampus Eckerman shares a wide-awake cat in front of a wide variety of paperbacks:

Here’s Vlad, not sleeping and about 10 seconds from wrecking havoc among the SF-books I’m trying to pack for my Australia trip. Among 5-6 ended up on the floor and the dreaded toothbrush nemesis was defeated once again.


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