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The Creamery Cat
AKA "Trash Can Kitty"

Kyle, Texas
The old Kyle Creamery
The Old Kyle Creamery
TE photo, 2001
creamery cat at rest
The Creamery Cat at rest
While photographing the old stone creamery in Kyle,
we noticed a sleeping cat on the doorsill.

TE photo, 2001
creamery cat awake
The Creamery Cat about to flee
The shutter alarmed the cat and it started to run.
TE photo, 2001
creamery cat posing
The Creamery Cat Composed
After recovering it's composure;
the cat up in a formal pose.

TE photo, 2001
The old Kyle Creamery rock building, Kyle Texas
The Old Kyle Creamery building today
Photo courtesy Sarah Reveley, 2008

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