Isn't he? Thanks very much! Yeah they are quite difficult to capture because they hardly ever stay still. You need to have a lot of light and a fast shutter speed on the camera to get a sharp photo even if they are moving.
Well I'm sure it's possible, it just may be a little bit harder. I haven't used a regular digital cam in many years so I can't remember if you can change the shutter/exposure time in them yourself, or is it always automatic. Being able to change it to be faster would help with shooting moving objects, like animals. Usually I try to use atleast an exposure of 1/250 sec for shooting cats, usually that is fast enough to capture them sharply. I hope this was helpful at all, I'm not very good at explaining this stuff. And by the way my camera is not a professional cam either, it's a dslr meant for beginner hobbyist. So getting good pics is not all about the camera, most important thing is knowing how to work your camera and knowing what kind of settings work in different situations.