Cats Sleep on SFF: Fantasy Beer

Nina Horvath begins:

Probably you will think this: “Not her again!”, but here I am. And I am still a very proud cat-Mum. And even better: Another cat strayed towards me, but he is still too shy to be part of funny photoshoots, but probably in the future.

When it comes to the photos: If there is anything in the world fantasy fans love as much as a good book – then it is certainly a good beer. The brewery Bevog is situated at the boarder of Austria to Slovenia and serves that need. The craft beers they produce come in cans featuring fantasy monsters.

My cat May proudly presents this -– well, in fact, she is not impressed at all. But it is a cat sleeping next to an item dealing with fantasy.


Photos of other felines resting on genre works are welcome. Send to mikeglyer (at) cs (dot) com

Cats Sleep on SFF: Fault Lines

Kelly Jennings’ idea could lead to a spinoff series —

I have a photo which doesn’t exactly fit into the Cats Sleep on SFF series, but I thought I would send it along anyway. It’s my cat, Jasper, examining the royalty check for my novel, Fault Lines. And also a copy of the book itself.

Cats Look at SF Royalty checks, sort of thing?


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Cats Sleep on SFF: Cat People

Chad Saxelid has a kitten with a sense of timing:

I was looking forward to introducing Alexia Lefoux, our new kitten, to the Filers. Little did I know she would pick the best way possible: climbing into my lap and falling asleep whilst I was reading a short essay discussing Val Lewton and Jacque Tourneur’s classic 1942 film Cat People.


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Cats Sleep on SFF: Steven Barnes

John Hertz says:

I took this photo at Worldcon 76 and submit it for “Cats Sleep on S-F”. Brother Barnes is one of the coolest cats I know.

(Hertz adds that he explained the “Cats Sleep” series to him and has Barnes’ permission to publish the photo.)


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Cats Sleep on SFF: Derelict

Kit M. Harding’s subject wasn’t that enthusiastic about joining show business —

I finally got the other cat to cooperate! This is Rorschach, who belongs to one of the other roommates, and was not best pleased to find me sticking a book under his head. The book is Derelict, by L. J. Cohen.


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Cats Sleep on SFF: Supernova

Nina Horvath says:

May did it again, this time using a bunch of books as a bed. This was the time when I finally came up with the thought of tidying up my sofa …

Some books you see:


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Cats Sleep on SFF: American Gods

Christopher Kovacs’ cat picks out a soothing spot on the bookshelf:

Shadow the kitten squeezes into a resting space next to his namesake Shadow in American Gods, The Monarch of the Glen, Black Dog, plus other signed Gaiman works…

He’s a British Shorthair.


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