Today is Good Deeds Day and as you know, my good deed for 2016 is my volunteer work at my local cat rescue centre. It’s only cleaning pens, monitoring and socialising the cats for a couple of hours a week but I like to think it makes a small difference to the cats’ well being and also helps the awesome, hardworking staff out a bit too.
So as a bit of a tenuous link I thought I would post some photos of cats around the world that I have met…
This kitty cat was sleeping on the bizarre green chair outside the shop at the Monumento al Campesino (farmers monument) on the Spanish island of Lanzarote. I was drawn to him/her because this sweetie looks alot like the cat I had growing up.
This adorable trio were among several other cats hanging around outside the Bahia Palace in Marrakech, Morocco. I just wanted to bundle them all up and take them home with me because I felt sorry for them, I just hope someone at the palace is looking after them!
Special mention to this cat who I met en route to the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. The guides wanted us tourists to stop and buy pottery and trinkets from the shop but I was more interested in making friends with this cutie.
This pretty kitty was one of the pampered felines at the Cat Cafe I visited in Tokyo, Japan. There were lots of lovely cats there but I chose to feature this one here as it was the only cat who sat on my lap and took treats from me, the rest were too busy snoozing!
Although shout out to this cheeky kitty, who although slept the entire time we were at the Cat Cafe, looked so adorable poking its tongue out!
This beauty is Pickles the Hobbiton cat. After a rough start in life, Pickles soon found a wonderful new home – at The Hobbiton Movie Set in Matamata, New Zealand. We went to get a drink in The Green Dragon Inn after our tour of the set and found Pickles curled up on a chair infront of the fireplace. It was a hot day so I really didn’t need to sit infront of a blazing fire, but the lure of petting a snoozing kitty was just too much to resist!
This sweet creature was one of the resident cats at the hostel we stayed at in Alice Springs, Australia. I think the owner said her name is Tink and she’s an impressive 21 years old! We didn’t see much of the other (much younger cat) at the hostel as she was out exploring but Tink could often be found chilling out in the kitchen or garden.
This fur baby was probably my favourite. Her name is Friday and she lives on Robinson Crusoe Island in Fiji. We found her chilling on the decking outside our bure one morning and she kept on coming back for a fuss. We more or less made her our island cat and she even came to say goodbye to us when we left.
This purrfect post is dedicated to all the Crazy Cat Ladies and Gentlemen out there x
What a cute collection! What’s the collective noun for cats I wonder? You would have loved Corfu when we went. We drove past an alley in one of the mountain villages and the whole path was littered with cats. I wish I had taken a photo to show you.
Sally @ Life Loving
According to Wikipedia it’s either a clowder or a pounce. I quite like “a pounce of cats”! Awww Greece is full of cats isn’t it? I remember going to Kos with my parents and petting them all there!
I love this post! I love cats and I enjoyed looking at and reading about all those lovely felines.
Ahh thanks! It’s a bit of a tenuous link but I couldn’t resist 😉
Aww lovely post! I’m a fellow cat lover and am always off giving attention to the kitties I meet during my travels, love that you’ve got so many nice pics to remember your furry friends!
I made friends with all the hostel cats when I went to New Zealand too but sadly I don’t have pictures of them all 🙁
This is such a sweet post <3
Thanks 🙂 I just couldn’t resist those furry faces!
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