Now at Big Cat Rescue March 30 2014

Nirvana Blue Ocelot

Stealing Images Becomes Harder…Thankfully

Someone asked us on Facebook what kind of cat this was:

Nirvana Blue Ocelot

We knew it was an altered photo of Nirvana our ocelot.  See the original photo below:

Nirvana Gold Ocelot

Google makes it easy to find out who is stealing your images, or where images originate.  Just go to:

http://www.google.com/imghp

Click the camera icon in the search bar

Click the Upload image tab

Upload the image and Google will show you what they have that looks like it.

Usually the largest version could be considered to be the original, if it is clear.

We found it posted here by MistyMorning:

Misty Morning Nirvana Blue Ocelot

I love google!

 

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  • Donna Coffey

    Wow…they're getting tricky…

     
  • Sherry West Nunez Hoernig

    I have no doubt this is Nirvana, or that the pictures are the same photo, but I'm curious as to how in the world she managed to flip the angle of the pose..

     
  • Carole Baskin

    You just choose the button that says, Flip Canvas Horizontal.

     
  • KASEMBON RAFTING HARGA

    Wow…they're getting tricky

     

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