Traveling cat spotted skateboarding through the streets of Coolangatta, Australia. Listening to the name of Didga, he became a YouTube phenomenon after a video in which he showed off his tricks and even used a Rottweiler as a jump before landing back on his automated board.
Traveling cat spotted on the lap of a busker in the shopping street Rue Neuve in Brussels, Belgium.
They originally come from Hungary, and the cat's name is Hihi (pronounced at Chichi). The scene reminded me a lot of the books A Streetcat Named Bob and The World According To Bob. Just like in those books, Hihi adored his owner (lots of headbutts), socialized with passers-by, loved to be petted, and was comfortable walking around without a leash.
There's something weird about the cats of the chic Ginza shopping district in Tokyo, Japan: they relax on top of road signs. As you can see, the cats are immensely popular with tourists and don't mind being photographed and fawned over for hours at a time.
Traveling cats spotted in Bangkok, Thailand. Bangkok may be a tough city for humans, but it's even tougher for its numerous stray cats and dogs. As sterilizing animals is too expensive here, many of them end up in the streets scavenging for scraps.
Traveling cats spotted along Foster City's popular hiking/biking trail in the San Francisco Bay area, USA. The more than 170 cats in the area are being spayed, neutered and vaccinated by The Homeless Cat Network, the city of Foster City and Sequoia Audubon Society as part of their Project Bay Cat.