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Cats from New York {USA}

Christmas nativity scene with cats
Christmas nativity scene with cats
Christmas nativity scene with cats
Christmas nativity scene with cats
Christmas nativity scene with cats
Christmas nativity scene with cats

Traveling cats spotted in a Christmas nativity scene in Brooklyn, New York, USA. The Christmas nativity scene has become a home to a colony of feral cats over the years. During the warmer months, the creche is placed in the back of the lot, so the cats can stay. The Christmas nativity scene with cats has become a popular attraction in Brooklyn.

16 comments:

  1. Those traveling cats are really capturing my heart -- the Siamese reminded me so much of still-missed Chessy.

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  2. How precious! I'm glad the feral kitties have a warmer place to stay and they look so adorable here.

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  3. That is so sweet....the nativity with the cats.
    Have a tremendous Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  4. I thought maybe the cats had kidnapped Baby Jesus and were holding him for ransom.

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  5. Oh, wat vertederend om te zien, TC. Lief dat ze er mogen blijven. Pawkiss :)

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  6. That's a very interesting take on the first Christmas! ;)

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  8. Ils sont bien là ces chats. Ils donnent de la vie à cette crèche !

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  9. That's really cool. I love that it gives the kitties a warm place. I hope they leave it all winter. - Crepes.

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  10. Great photos! Kitties found the best place to warm themselves up.

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  12. A really thoughtful project! I was wondering where the cats sleep in the winter. Thanks for sharing this.
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