Click to preview the cat is poetry photo book

A wonderful gift for the cat lover.

Sixty fine art black and white and color photographs celebrating cats being cats, accompanied by quotations and traditional haiku penned by the author and photographer. Square format. 7 X 7 . 80 pages.

A portion of the photographer's profits are donated to animal rescue and adoption organizations in Berks County, Pennsylvania.

Click "PREVIEW BOOK!" on the book's cover to see the first 15 pages.


About the Author

Pam Ullman
winnifer Central Pennsylvania, USA
Pam Ullman is a photographer, writer, and attorney. A self-taught photographer, she was, from August 2009 to August 2010, a juried studio artist at the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, in Reading, Pennsylvania. Her landscape photographs have been selected for juried art exhibitions across Pennsylvania, and have been published in a variety of media. Pam's most recent showing was in the highly competitive exhibition of artists working in all mediums, Art of the State 2010, held at the State Museum of Pennsylvania. Pam lives in central Pennsylvania with her camera-shy husband, and photogenic feline, Winnie. For fine art photographic cards, please visit

Comments (4)


winnifer says

Thank you, ladies, for all of your kind comments, and for your purchases!

posted at 11:38am Jun 17 PST


missalvarado says

Hello Pam, I have just received your book and feel very inspired by the lovely photos and quotations. How true they are! I own a cat at home and look after a family of 5 semi feral cats at work. I have done a book telling their story and hope you might look at it ( brenda's family 2010). I am already working on the 2011 book and will take some inspiration from your book. I am also raising funds for a local cat rescue.

posted at 09:33am Jun 17 PST


tanguay says

Your book is poetry !

posted at 05:28pm May 28 PST


molliefestus says

Hi Pam. Just bought your book, and cannot wait to view and read it when it arrives! Hope you are doing well, I am so happy to see your work on various sites on the web. You are indeed gifted. I now understand th "cat thing" as I have had my Abigail for a little over a year now, brought to me July 5, 2008, 8 ounces, left for dead on a curb in rural East Tennessee. She is healthy now, spoiled rotten and at present hiding around the corner waiting to scare my 12 year old collie, Mollie. Ten minutes ago she was walking the top beam of my 36 foot ceiling, ten minutes before that she knocked over a full 1/2 gallon jug of cranberry juice into the floor, ten minutes before that she was on the mantle staring at herself in the mirror..... and on and on and on. It's 12:08 am here in Knoxville, not sure where you are, but if you know cats (and I think ya do), you know that right about know her pupils are completely dilated, tail is up, ears are sideways and she's plotting her next move, which will be loud and disruptive. Guess what, I LOVE every second of her being!!!!

Take care!
Sheila Floyd

posted at 09:09pm Aug 23 PST


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