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Greek Cats: Mom with kitten

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Hi friends! Greek cats is well known phrase. I see many cats every day, except our Nelli. Few ‘strange’ cats pass our garden almost every day. In the mornings Nero and Hanna smell around the garden to see who was walking there at night. On our neighbourhood lives lots of cats and we meet them when walking with Hanna. Many of them know us now and they don’t run away because they know that Hanna won’t chase them.

The following story happened when I was walking alone some where else.

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I took photo of this cute moment, I guess mother with her daughter. They were walking side by side.

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But then an other cat started to walk towards them. Mother turned and obviously showed to the other cat that it’s not welcome.

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They continued walking …

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… and so did the other cat …

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Mother was taking care of the little one and surely says: come on, stay near to me.

Other cat passed and fortunately nothing else happened.

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Mother cat and her kitten continued they walk.

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I was happy to follow they walk.

Wishes from Greece!

TEJE

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Author: Teje

I am a Finnish woman living in Crete in Greece. Quilting, sewing, knitting, crochet and if there is still time, reading and painting, with happy company of our two sweet dogs and one cat!

19 thoughts on “Greek Cats: Mom with kitten

  1. Oh, what sweet kitties and such unusual and pretty coloring. Hanna has super good manners and doesn’t chase after them which is more than I can say for my little rascals. Every once in awhile, when they don’t think I’m looking, they give chase to their kitty sister who just zooms up a tree where he regards them with disgust.

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    • Thank you Sonja! Hanna is nice to walk with but in our garden both dogs chase cats…and now they are barking on the balcony for the passing cat. We are so looking for cooler weather to start to walk again. Hugs! x Teje

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  2. I love this little story of a mother cat and her kitten, Teje! And I’m not surprised that Hanna can walk along with you and your neighborhood cats who know that they are safe–she looks like such a sweetie.

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    • Thank you Karen! Hanna is a sweetie but in our garden she chase the cats too and barks to everyone passing our house. I hope the weather gets cooler soon so we can start to walk again. x Teje

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  3. These photos are wonderful! I especially like the second one with mother and kitten in stride together. I enjoyed reading your story too 🐈

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  4. Lovely photo’s and what pretty cats.

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  5. So sweet! Thank you!

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  6. So sweet to see the two cats together, with the mother taking loving care of her kitten! Your pictures are delightful Teje.
    Helen xox

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    • Thank you Helen! It’s always fun to follow cats and dogs. I shall share more photos of them. I’m looking for the autumn and to be able to go more around for photo shooting. Hugs! x Teje

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  7. Tuotahan luki kuin jotain jännitystarinaa. Koko ajan pelkäsin, että syntyy tappelu ja pieni kissa säikähtää ja juoksee naapurikaupunkiin. Hienoja kuvia!

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    • Kiitos Marle! Sita minakin vahan pelkasin, mutta onneksi ei kanyt niin. Voihan olla etta toinen kissa on naiden naapuri mutta nyt aiti ei vaan ollut juttu tuulella. x Teje

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  8. What adorable moments you’ve caught! I like the idea of a place that is safe for “strange” cats. In the U.S. they would get damaged by automobiles. The orange cat that is following the family looks almost exactly like our cat, Spot. Same spots! They must be related 😉

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    • Thank you Rachel! Unfortunately cars are danger to street cats and dogs. We live in a quiet area with lots of small streets and it’s perfect for walking with dogs. Our cat Nelli is happy in our little garden. Give a kiss to Spot! x Teje

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