Cat Travel: Cats of Nagasaki – 長崎市 Part 2

Hi everyone,

This is the second entry in our “Cats of Nagasaki” features

As we were leaving the park you saw in our previous post here we heard a little meow.

And there s/he was! A tiny little ginger kitten but he wasn’t alone…

Once they spotted us one of his siblings decided that we looked friendly enough to poke out from underneath the work tools.

And come even closer to say hello to us! I especially liked his little ear tufts. 🙂

Probably not the best place for them to play in… but cute none the less!

And don’t worry this was actually the edge of a house and we spotted their food and water bowls as well as some safe and kitten proof toys. 🙂

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33 thoughts on “Cat Travel: Cats of Nagasaki – 長崎市 Part 2

      1. I can totally see why!! I would have wanted to take them in too! Seriously, if my life could be to be at home, writing, I’d be surrounded by these amazing creatures! But sadly, we need to go work, so Sonu Singh is our only little fur ball of choice!

        1. Yeah both of us work too :(. But we adopted two because Oli was so lonely at home on his own. So we got him a sister 🙂 and mostly they play and sleep together.

          1. Someone at work worried us, by saying if you get them at separate ages they might fight etc, so it kinda put us off… But I still browse the cats needing homes pages!

          2. We fot Nubia 5 months after Oliver. They will fight a bit at first the important thing is to slowly introduce them to each other. Ideally keep the new cat in a guest room for a few days so the existing cat can smell but not see the new friend. Once they are used to the smell you can start a slow meet and greet process. 🙂

    1. Haha! Yeah. As i was writing it – i was like wait… You can’t really tell from the photos that this was someone’s front garden LOL. I zoomed in too much on the cute lil ones. 🙂

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