It’s stray animals day. You could help them too

Today is Stray Animals Day. It is estimated that there are 600 million stray animals in the world.

They are often hungry, suffer from extreme heat or cold and disease, and suffer from abuse. Stray Animals Day is a day to show compassion and take action.

We rescued this kitten from the streets in Tbilisi several years ago and she lives happily with us. We called her Bambi.

And this is how she looks now 🐱 and her current name is Minkey – she likes this name much more 😃

You can read more about Minkey in my another post My Family and Other Animals.

If you have some time you can look at my animal photography page where I uploaded photos of street cats and dogs.

You can also read my post Street Cat Show.

And one more post about very lovely ginger cat who eat our meal in McDonald’s 😃

I hope all other stray animals will find homes where they will be cared and loved.

Stunning Ginger Street Cat enjoyed our meal!

We met this ginger gentleman some time ago in a McDonald’s restaurant. He was sitting at the edge of the outdoor seating area like a colorful cat statue. 

When we sat down to eat, he suddenly appeared at our table and waited patiently until we offered to share our meal. He didn’t beg or make a fuss and politely declined to eat cheese and French fries. He accepted only burgers. 

I was so pleased he was not keen on my vegetarian meal. However, the meat eaters in my family ended up with smaller than normal Big Macs! 😄😄

However, everyone was happy, especially our Ginger Street Cat guest. 

Enjoy your time,


P.S. To see more lovely cat photos, please check out my Animal Photography Page ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤

If you have a moment please visit my painting anddrawing  portfolio and look at digital art page as well.

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Street Cat Show

I am sure this street cat remembered that I had fed him when I first saw him.

Welcoming street cat.
Shorena Ratiani Photography

He was sitting near the entrance to a pedestrian tunnel and was dirty, scruffy, and very hungry. I fed him and he was so happy.

When I saw him again after several months I didn’t have any food in my bag so I just stroked him. To show his appreciation, he began a lovely performance involving stretching and posing ❤️

When he had finished, he jumped down and disappeared. I was delighted by his theatrical performance but felt guilty that I had no food to give him. I need to improve my street cat catering service ❤️

To see more lovely cat photos, please check out my Animal Photography Page ❤️

If you have a moment please visit my painting and drawing  portfolio and look at digital art page as well.

You can also find me here:

Pinterest | Twitter Instagram | Tumblr WHI