I like the way the shadow of the tree almost appears to be an extension of the pattern on the cat’s back. It has lovely eyes, too.
After a few minutes chasing something amongst the rocks on the riverbed – probably a small lizard or something – it was obviously time for a rest in the sun.
The Balcón cats were also having a very leisurely day, generally snoozing. This one looks decidedly lethargic and almost ready to curl up and catch a few winks, and that’s exactly what it did a few moments later.
I always have time for the moggies as I wander around. These two were down by the riverbed.
Came upon this rather nice bundle of fur in Benalmádena on Sunday. For quite a large cat, one of the quietest ‘miaows’ I’ve ever heard.
I always stop to talk to the moggies and, of course, grab a snap if I have my camera with me.
The first cat is a long time resident on the Balcón de Europa in Nerja and, like so many of these feral moggies in the centre of town, is very friendly and loves to be stroked. He didn’t even budge when a small dog came running past chasing a ball.
There were several nice moggies along the riverbed on Sunday, all keen to pose, but only managed a couple of shots as I kept getting an ERR message on my memory cards.
As I walked down an alley, a cat stared at me from a garden which had a high fence and also completely enclosed by quite a fine mesh. I turned away for a moment and when I tuned back, this little moggy was suddenly standing in the middle of the street ready to have its picture taken.
This feline was stretched out on the roof tiles.