I like cats. That includes the cat's paws, like the Cat Paw Nebula. :-)
The Cat's Paw or NGC 6334 as it's more professional name is, is one of the most active nurseries of massive stars in our galaxy and has been extensively studied by astronomers. The nebula conceals freshly minted brilliant blue stars — each nearly ten times the mass of our Sun and born in the last few million years. The region is also home to many baby stars that are buried deep in the dust, making them difficult to study. In total, the Cat’s Paw Nebula could contain several tens of thousands of stars.
So much so do I like Cat's Paw that I include a wide perspective on the nebula.