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  2. NN · June 26, 2015

    I would have had a hard time walking on too! Such a sweet little thing. Saw the same thing in Greece, there are lots of stray kitties there on the islands, and I wished I could take some home. But I was happy to see a local man putting down a dish of cat food for one of them, so at least some people look after them. I hope they promote the spay/neuter and release there too.

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    • lovetotrav · June 27, 2015

      It does make you feel a whole lot better when you realize the local people are caring for them. It is so hard when you see the number of homeless strays.

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  3. Ayla · June 1, 2015

    Oh that sweet little thing! It’s so sad seeing poorly animals. I always end up making friends with the wildlife when I travel and I don’t think I could have walked past this little kittie without giving her a cuddle.

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    • lovetotrav · June 1, 2015

      We struggle with that too. The cats especially as sometimes the dogs are more on the move and you can’t get close to them… and maybe that is actually a good thing.

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  4. Kat at travelgardeneat · May 31, 2015

    Bittersweet photo. We always feel a tug of heartstrings while traveling when we see scenes like these — we now donate to a couple different Puerto Rican spay-neuter-rescue organizations as a result of our travels and observing all the homeless animals there. We feel we’re doing what we can, then, even if we can’t take them home.

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    • lovetotrav · May 31, 2015

      That is a great idea. They do break your heart when you see them roaming and homeless.

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  5. SD Gates · May 30, 2015

    That makes me sad. I would have liked to have taken the kitten home as well.

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  6. joannesisco · May 30, 2015

    I agree that the poor little thing looks a bit worse for wear … especially at such a young age.

    I’m a total pushover for a homeless, neglected cat. My highly territorial cat, Theo, keeps me from being a cat hoarder.

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    • lovetotrav · May 30, 2015

      It is probably good that you have a Theo then. They just look so incredibly vulnerable, don’t they?

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      • joannesisco · May 30, 2015

        They are the ultimate survivors … they know exactly the right amount of cute to turn on to get what they want.

        … or maybe Theo just has me so hopelessly wrapped around his paw 😉

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  7. Lily Lau · May 30, 2015

    Aww, I would have adopted it as my new travelmate too 😀

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  8. dawnkinster · May 30, 2015

    You can’t take them all home….and you’re moving…but still…..it’s hard to not get involved. Love the composition and light and colors in this photo.

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  10. unfinishedtravel · May 30, 2015

    That doesn’t seem like a very comfortable position!

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  13. snowsomewhere · May 29, 2015

    Thought-provoking photo! I just read your comment about becoming a cat lady in Cairo! 😀 haha. Good luck!

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  15. You have to admit, she’s in the zone. Cutie.

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  16. sylvain landry photographe · May 29, 2015

    yes i love cats

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  17. Mother Hen · May 29, 2015

    Oh my..I love this!

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    • lovetotrav · May 29, 2015

      Thanks… kind of broke my heart. She looked so lost but content too.

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      • Mother Hen · May 29, 2015

        I would have felt the same..I would want to take her home, feed her and clean her up. As I age I am getting oh so more sensitive…to the world and around me.. Just think that she was noticed and loved for that moment…

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      • lovetotrav · May 29, 2015

        I always struggle with this when I travel. We are soon moving to Cairo and there are tons of stray cats there… I can just picture what might happen… I will become the cat lady!

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      • Mother Hen · May 29, 2015

        We have four cats that were strays.. Our oldest might be about thirteen or fourteen, and then two that are five and our youngest is three. There is one bully and it is not fun. She is jealous of Riley the youngest. Anyway I will have to go to your blog and read up on your adventures. Wow..I live a pretty sheltered life.. Safe travels to you.. ps no more cats as it makes it a challenge to get away..

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      • lovetotrav · May 29, 2015

        Yes, good advice. I will try to decline on bringing them home. It sounds like you have a very busy life with 4 strays and keeping them all content. Good for you for doing so.

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      • Mother Hen · May 29, 2015

        Thank you!

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