This moggy multimedia expert's exploits have been shedding light on the six-inch high world of cats.
Fitted with a timer-operated camera on his collar Cooper takes a picture every two minutes capturing everything from a cat's eye view.
On his exploits he catches other cats, his favourite hiding places, his human owners and even abstract sky shots all on his lens.
In one hilarious snap the moment he mocks a dog trapped behind the glass of someone's front porch is taken with almost human-like humour.
And now five-year-old Cooper is the cat who's got the cream as feline enthusiasts around the world have been lapping up his framed photos for as much as £200 a time.
Mr Cross, 32, said: 'When we first thought of putting a camera on Cooper it was simply to try to find an answer to the question that all cat owners ask: "Where does my cat go all day?"
'A geography experiment, really. We hoped that he didn't cross busy streets or go into neighbours' houses.
'When Cooper brought the camera home at the end of the first day, we were completely blown away by the stunning photography.'