It's the Cannes Film Festival. While movie stars walk the red carpet and buyers and sellers close deals, these cats entertain tourists on the Croisette.
Situated in the BelgianArdennes, Chassepierre is bordered in the East by the river Semois and in the south by France. The name originates from the Latin word casa petrea meaning 'stone house'. The village, though touristy, has less than 200 inhabitants and probably just as many cats. This one is posing in front of one of the only restaurants Chassepierre has to offer: Le Relais. He looks a little like Salvador Dali, don't you think?
This little tabby is one of the many cats of the colorful B&B Les Jeannes in Chassepierre, Belgium (you can see them all here). Les Jeannes is almost like a destination in itself. All the rooms are decorated with paintings and vintage pieces (one room even contained a confession booth). It's all a little over the top but in a good way.
Also worth mentioning: the delicious homemade breakfast and dinner, the kind owners, and, of course... the cats.
Want to meet the cats of Les Jeannes, too? Click here to book your stay.