Right off the bat (no Meow-O-Ween pun intended here) we state and guarantee that this image in NOT photoshopped. Not. Period. Full Stop. In my 20-ish days (like some fifty plus years ago), when I took classes in photography, the non-digital kind, I remember the instructor saying, "see what the camera sees, the camera will always see what the eye often does not".
A lesson that has just been relearned, or maybe not relearned but certainly played out again. Of course, with Juney new in the Zoolatry family, the camera is out and at the ready all day long. And I recently shot a number of photos as she went on another adventure, exploring here and there. One of the "there" places, a big basket of extra blankets for when winter rolls in.
I thought I was taking a photo of "a cat in a basket". But the camera saw what I did not see! And only once loaded onto my computer, did I see ... "cats in a basket". Do you see? Is it a trick of lighting? A left over image in my camera, somehow superimposed on another? A Halloween haunting? It does not really seem to resemble Juney ~ it is scary and spooky and suspicious! Is it the ghost of Halloweens past?