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Cats from Sitges {Spain}

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My favorite place to see feral cats in Sitges, Spain, is near the statue of the Spanish painter, poet, and playwright Santiago Rusiñol. The cats live on an enclosed lawn with a view over the promenade and beach. The town council feeds them daily, and all the cats have been spayed or neutered. The area is surrounded by bars and restaurants, so you can watch the kitties while enjoying tapas and a refreshing drink.

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37 comments:

  1. They seem quite happy too going by your photos, I have been to Sitges on a trip when I used to go to L' Estartit on holiday :-)

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  2. Lovely captures of the different cats. Happy WW

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  3. I don't think the fence will stop them from roaming outside, but that was nice that they got feed daily!

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  4. That is nice that they are well looked after. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  5. Looking at the grey dank day here makes us wish we were in the sun at Sitges too.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  6. Beautiful animals, especially that black cat.

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  7. Very nice animals, I have been in Sitges and I loved it. We had a very nice time there...

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  8. These strays make me sad - I hope someone loves and cares for them. Louie, on the other hand, is completely spoiled:
    http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-many-faces-of-louie.html

    Thanks for sharing at this week's Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday).

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  9. You have some great models for these pictures! That is such an interesting place.

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  10. Knowing Spain and their "love" for animals, I only hope that the cats are all neutered ! Fortunately they all look quite nice !

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  11. Such nice place and beautiful kitties! Glad they get everyday meal :-)

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  12. we iz knot on facebook sew we enjoy see in everee one heer !!

    anda good afternoon everee one in spain frum all oh uz heer in de land oh trout ! ♥

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  13. OMC Dat first kitty needs sum gwoceries and fast. They awe fur suwe vewy cute. And dat's a pawsum little house there.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi

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  14. Really nice to read that they are well cared for :)

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  15. The first kitty looks a bit sickly, but the rest look very healthy and happy.

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  16. Le chat sur les deux premières photos semble bien malade

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  17. Happy that they are some of the luckier ferals with humans who are looking out for them...that first guy looks like he's had a TOUGH life!

    Pam

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  18. Le cat napping in the bushes looks like it's close to heaven ;)

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  19. Seriously speaking you have just done it awesomely. Traveling with pets

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  20. Oh that first one looks like such a ragamuffin.

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  21. It is great that they are being fed. Poor sweet kitty in the first photo really needs a bath! They are all beautiful!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  22. That last cat took me by surprise. I had to do a double take. Yup, definitely larger than normal. Wait, is that a dog or some variety of fox? Nope. Definitely a cat. =)

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  23. Such great pictures. Seeing feral cats all over reminds me of living in Italy and I hope they get some love from cat lovers near them, especially that first one!

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  24. That first cat is clearly an old battle-scarred veteran of the streets. A real survivor!

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  25. I wonder if they are neutered? I remember reading somewhere that one cat can produce many thousands of offspring in a lifetime.

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  26. We are gld folks there care of them. They're all beautiful, thouygh the first one looks to be quite a survivor.

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  27. That first kitty looks a little rough.

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  28. we have a bunch of cats on our Parliament Hill that someone has been taking care of for years. I think the original person who started passed away, and someone took over after that. It's nice to see the cats when you visit.

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  29. That first one needs a bath.

    When I was on Deviant Art, a friend Evy would post a cat photo from her country every day, and they were often strays. I told her I was going to fly to her country and bathe every cat I could find. LOL

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  30. They have a better view than I do! We had some feral cats when we moved in to this house. We live on a farm so it's pretty normal around here. My kitty and four pups scared them away but one that was born here stays around. :D

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  31. I've been to Spain, but never to Stiges. Some some them seem like they could use a bath and some tender loving care :)

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  32. Beautiful cats but it breaks my heart to see them not have loving homes. At least they get constant meals but I hope they don't get into fights and hurt each other! Spain is a beautiful country.

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  33. We found the first cat looked as though he had a very hard life and had fought many battles. Mum would have loved to give him a good meal and a cuddle.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  34. That poor first kitty looks like he's been around the block. It's good that they have somewhere safe to stay and are being fed. Your posts show us that cats are really loved around the world. :)

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