I’ve never owned a cat because my mom hates the smell of cat poo so I like looking at pictures of cats on the internet.
Since travelling, I’ve taken pictures of the few cats I’ve seen. I never pet them because the doctor warned that even cats can spread rabies.
To celebrate the greatness of cats (and the weekends), I will start a segment called Caturday. This is in honor of the original Caturday.
The first entry is a mau (Egyptian for cat) from a restaurant in Giza where my tour group had lunch.
The cat was actually cute and not as grouchy as he is in the photo.
5 thoughts on “Start of Caturday: Mau in Giza, Egypt”
It was inevitable, huh? :D
Greetings from Sg! M and I went to the ACM today for Museum Day. We received cute I <3 Museums stickers, badges and lanyards. Pity there weren't more people visiting. It was rather quiet.
I think you’d be happy in IstanbuL, then, cats are everywhere!
Indeed! I’ve taken so many photos of cats that I’m probably prepared for two months of Caturday. Meow!
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