The furry felines of Greece
It should be no secret that Chris and I are extreme animal lovers. We tend to befriend stray creatures almost everywhere we go and Greece was no exception. While we gather our thoughts on a more thorough round up of our time in the country, we would like to showcase a few of our new buddies. Thank God our suitcases won’t fit more in them or else we would be bringing home a few new members to the family.
Behold, the cute kittens of Greece.
Don’t worry, there’s more. We have enough photos of cats that we could probably start a new blog based solely on the kitties of Greece. It should be noted that we were pleased to see that most of the cats were well fed and regarded as harmless.
Tell us what you think. Are you animal lovers like us? Which cat is your favorite? Let us know in the comment section below.
13 thoughts on “The furry felines of Greece”
Very cute – reminds me of Istanbul where there were felines everywhere and generally well-looked after too!
Very cute pictures! I’m joining the club of passionate animal lovers. 🙂 It was nice to have a drink in some square in Athens and pet a dog at the same time! I grew up in Romania, so this felt very much like home to me. 🙂 Hope you guys had fun, too!
We definitely loved it! We particularly enjoyed seeing how well taken care of the street animals were. 🙂
I am from Turkey and cat situation is completely same in my country too. They are everywhere and they are so cute! 🙂
Ah, yes! We were at Ephesus and saw so many cute kitties there. They walked around like they owned the place!
The 6 months that I lived in Greece I made so many feline friends! I had one who used to come to my apartment regularly for milk :).
That would SO be us if we lived in Greece!
I loved watching photos of those cuties!
Aren’t they just adorable?
Cats are the fashion models of the animal world … they sure know how to pose! Excellent pics, from one cat lover to another 🙂
We couldn’t agree more. They always have the best poses!
Awww, adorable! I get awkward sometimes about photographing local people, so I almost always go for animals first!
wowww, these are so cute i wish i could have one