Friday, October 02, 2015

Friday cat blogging: Kotor and Budva

The Montenegrin town of Kotor sits on the Adriatic coast in a corner of what locals call Europe's southernmost fjord. The old town is a small, fully walled, medieval city, overshadowed by extensive, crumbling fortifications on the heights. From sea and land, invaders have coveted this secluded port. I was not surprised to note a handsome cat sitting sentry on the city wall.

At ground level, cats go about their business on the stone streets, apparently unconcerned by co-existing among hordes of tourists.

These kittens seemed to feel that the tables and chairs at a sidewalk cafe had been provided for their amusement.

The local dogs showed no interest.

Down the road in the even smaller walled town of Budva, the cats seemed a little more wary. They kept themselves out of reach of the tourists.

The tourists had their own delights.

1 comment:

Hattie said...

A place with nice cats and dogs gets a thumbs up from me!

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