Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Kathy is a longtime Catsparella reader with a cat loving daughter, and her family often takes feline-centric vacations around the globe.
In the past, she has shared their adventures in Cornwall, Belgium, and Japan. Around this time last year, they took a trip to Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands located in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa.
The family recently revisited the island on holiday, and sent along some more beautiful photos of the well cared for street kitties they encountered during their stay.
We went for a two week holiday to Fuerteventura again last month and you’ll never guess…. we saw more cats! The lady who managed the villa we were staying at still has the same five cats (Ting-Tong, Scary, Dracula, Bitey & Raymond) and they are all still happy and well.
She continues to be involved with the Twinkle Trust that looks after stray cats on the island. Once again, all of the ‘random’ cats we saw were in good health and some even held still long enough for a photo! Our girl (aside from being in cat-heaven again) kept checking out the cats' ears to see if they had been clipped which indicates that they had been neutered.
Scary (who isn’t scary at all, he is a sweetie)
Ray (not the friendliest, but very handsome)
This black cat was at the sea-side. I don’t think they appreciate the view.
He saw something interesting.
These two had their eye on a dog.
This white one was chillin’ in the black sand (makes him easy to spot).
This one was eating at one of the Twinkle Trust feeding stations.
This one was waiting his turn.
Ones we saw in the vicinity of the feeding station.
Beautiful restaurant cat.
On the rocks!
Kathy's daughter is a feline fashionista!
Special thanks to Kathy for giving us yet another glimpse into one of her wonderful family trips. I'm still holding out hope that one day I will be able to visit a few of these fabulous feline travel destinations myself!