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Cats from Bangkok {Thailand}

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"Recently, I visited Thailand. It's a fantastic country and I had an amazing time," says photographer Catherine Lawrence. "There are so many interesting things to see and the Thai people were incredibly friendly and welcoming, so I wanted to celebrate some of the wonderful stray cats that brought an extra special smile to my face each and every day."

"The most common hangout seemed to be the temples, where these masters of charm could delight visitors like me, who can't resist a cute little ginger, tabby or tortoiseshell," says Lawrence. "Here, they tended to be more confident, used to seeing crowds of people on a daily basis. Elsewhere, you could spot a lazy cat basking in the afternoon sunshine on a shop step, or a pair of shiny eyes peeping out from behind a car. In the three cities I visited - Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Phuket - the street cats of Thailand were a firm favorite with locals and tourists alike, no more so than with me."

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17 comments:

  1. waves two ewe all from de land o trout ! ~~~~~~ ☺☺♥♥

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  2. These cats are so cute and I would want to take that grey one home for sure

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  3. Such beautiful animals! It's a good thing I haven't been to Thailand myself yet, because I would want to take home every one of those cuties.

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  4. Lovely cats,...I like the little one with the big ears!:)

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  5. Hello, they are all beautiful kitties. I love the first kitty and it's pretty eyes. Great post and photos. Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  6. Oh my goodness they are gorgeous, I want them all, haha X #pocolo

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  7. we have loads of stray cats in Dubai, the government run TNR schemes, trap, neuter, release. I wonder if they do the same in Thailand #pocolo

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  8. Oh what cuties - I'm cat nostalgic now! Thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

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  9. Oh! I loved Thailand and it's sweet friendly hungry felines.

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  10. What lovely photos! Thanks for linking to #pocolo

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  15. Those cats look really amazing, They even do have the same eye colour, I might get to Tours from Phuket and have a good look at purchasing such a beautiful looking cat. Thanks for the share.

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