When Tonk dances with Joy's little
sister, Jill, their movements are often remarkably synchronized. The
girl's father believes that the younger the child, the quicker the bond,
because cat and child share qualities of innocence and spontaneity,
exuberance and unconditional love - qualities that are reflected in
their dances together.
From the book, "Dancing
Text by Burton Silver, photographs by Heather Busch