Sunday, March 9, 2008

Cat in the Alley


During a walk through Old Town, this beautiful gray cat stopped in an alley to see what I was doing. Naturally, I snapped his picture!

15 comments:

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

That's why he stopped - he wanted you to take the picture. :)

Southern Heart said...

Well, of course! What else would any of us do? :)

Nice photo!

Jim said...

Looks like a nice fuzzy kitty.

brian said...

neat photo! i love the moss that hangs from the trees...

Annie said...

That's a wonderful photo. I am inside that cat's mind as I look at this picture.

gizelle said...

lol...adorable creatures...turned head for a photo =)

iBlowfish said...

When I see this picture, it creates sense of mysterious to me when the cat was looking to the camera. Cool shot.

R&R in The Netherlands said...

He looks a bit wary, but of course had to stop and pose.

Thiên said...

Very nice shot! I like the little kitty very much.

marley said...

He was posing for you! :)

b.c. said...

lovely greenery too (aside from that gray sweetie)

George Townboy said...

Fantastic photo!

Chris said...

Have you heard about the feral cats in San Juan? There is an organization that is helping reduce the feral cat population naturally - Save a Gato (www.saveagato.com). I just mention it because while I was there last fall, I saw a beautiful grey cat wandering around, heard about SAG, and just wrote a piece about them for my class. I thought you might be interested in it.

selma.ghost.cat said...

OH PLEASE i live in selma and my cat has recently gone missing! it looks like that house may be close to the river??? please look at this photo and see if you can remember if it might be my cat, ZoSo
http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c62/rockejb/ZoSo.jpg

Rambling Round said...

Selma Ghost Cat, So Sorry to hear that your cat is missing. But I don't think the one I took the picture of matches. This one has more ruff around the neck and appears to be a darker gray. I also took the photo a few weeks ago. This was taken probably three or four blocks from the river. Hope you find your cat!