What did you use to take the pictures of your cat, it's a really clear photo.
Here — I’ll explain, and give a translation for the non-photogeeks!
My portable camera of choice is a Fujifilm X-T2, which I love dearly.
TRANSLATION: I have a shiny silver-black old-lookin’ camera.
For business photoshoots, I usually use a Canon 5DIII for ISO sensitivity and focus speed, but you shoot so differently with a compact form factor.
TRANSLATION: the big black camera does some cool stuff, but it’s stupid heavy so you don’t wanna carry it.
Most of the “clarity” you’re referring to is from the lens, an XF 35mm f1.4 (53mm equiv post-sensor crop). The low aperture allows you to manipulate depth of field wonderfully.
TRANSLATION: it made the not-cat parts of the photo all blurry, which is good.
I didn’t even light the scene – just boosted the ambient by dropping the shutter speed to 1/10th and counted on stability to keep the frame clean.
TRANSLATION: I made the cat really bright without letting it become a blurry cat…
…which can happen very easily.