Balkan Postcards 12: A Final Feline Tale

All over Thessaloniki, you’ll find little tableaux like this: a stray cat in a cat-hostel for one. A wooden fruit-box or similar, with a plump cushion. On it sleeps a cat. Next to it is another box, a covered one, just big enough to let the cat jump in when the weather’s poor. Alongside these are dishes of cat food and water.

Semi-feral cats are all over the place here. But many of them have benefactors providing food and shelter, and even more get daily doses of cat food, left on street corners and on doorsteps.

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

30 thoughts on “Balkan Postcards 12: A Final Feline Tale”

  1. I think so, Jo. Currently at Thessaloniki airport. Then Athens, Rome Civitavecchia, and then boat to Barcelona! Could do with that cat’s bed …


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