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Cat on Constantine’s foot, Palatine Museum, Rome

Cat on Constantine’s Foot, Palatine Museum, Rome photo: Elena Giglia

"A cat keeps his claws sharp because he knows a purr might not be nearly enough." --Anonymous

A stray cat washing up in The Forum, Rome. There were tons of cats in Rome. There were also elderly women that would walk around with rolling shopping bags that they filled with food to feed the cats every day.

Gatti di Roma (Cats of Rome) by Giancarlo Gasponi

Gatti di Roma (Cats of Rome) by Giancarlo Gasponi.

Cats outside the Roman Colosseum by Zeb Andrews, via Flickr

It's not hard to find cats in Rome. I was fortunate though to find these two cats as I came out of the Colisseum's gift shop.

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What do you mean by "I don't have time to read?" - cat reading the newspaper

The Cats of Rome; Rome's cats are largely feral and prowl the ancient monuments of the city.  Nearly 300,000 feral cats live in the 200 Roman colonies and Rome's city council have named the cats living in the Coliseum, the Forum and Torre Argentina a part of the city's "bio-heritage". I want to see them!

The Cats of Rome Rome's cats are largely feral and prowl the ancient monuments of the city. Nearly feral cats live in the 200 Roman colonies.

'Once upon a time a cat had a girl and a girl had a cat... And together they were two.'  Photography by Andy Prokh. @freshfinds

Once upon a time a cat had a girl and a girl had a cat. "A Girl and Her Cat" by Andy Prokh

Barn Cats see more at http://blog.blackboxs.ru/category/funny-cats/

* * I don't like de atmosphere of de barn yard today." OTHER CAT: " Den I iz stayin' put.

Cat Owners Can Relate

Cat logic: if you're working on it, then I must sit on it.

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