So, the title’s a wee misleading. In a post called “Prrrrrty Cats Around the World,” you’d expect to see cats from at least six out of seven continents. (I’m pretty sure Antarctica doesn’t have cats, you guys — but lemme know if I’m wrong!) Instead, this should be called: “A Selection of Cats from Ten Countries on Four Continents in the Northern Hemisphere.”
But “Prrrrrty Cats Around the World” sounds better and is more succinct, don’t you think?
Yeah, I thought so too.
Prrrrrty Cats Around the World
The sole purpose of this post is to share some cool encounters of the cat kind from three-or-so years of travels, where I’ve crossed paths with captivating kitties from Paris to Tangier, from Greek Isles to British Isles, from Switzerland to Seattle — and more!
Hope you’ll enjoy. And don’t forget! Every time you share this post with your cat-loving friends, a kitty gets its wings! Meow!
I made this cat’s acquaintance in heavenly Hallstatt. When I spotted the orange-and-white furball, I couldn’t help but follow that feline ’round its storybook town.
Then I gave myself a stern talking-to like: “Stop paparazzi-stalking cats, ya weirdo!” Hence I went back to being normal again, for a short while anyway.
These simply must be the poshest cats ever, dahling! They reside on Vicar’s Close in Wells, England.
Vicar’s Close is the oldest continuously occupied complete street in Europe (since 1348)! The cats aren’t that old though.
I spotted this pretty puss at a French café. He’s just enjoying the sunshine, watching the world go by, and chilling with a potted plant. As one does.
Un café au lait, s’il vous plaît! But — please! — hold the coffee.
If you’re not used to seeing hordes of homeless cats and canines, the number of strays in Greece might shock you. When you walk around Athens, for example, you’ll notice heaps just chillin’ in the streets.
Click page two for more cats! 😻