Sunday, December 14, 2008

Waterfront Cats



My mommies went to the V&A Waterfront this afternoon to take photos of some of the waterfront cats. They are looked after, sterilised and feed by M.E.R.C.Y. Animal Rescue http://www.mercy.za.org/. My mommies are going to find out how they can help, because these cats are just adorable. There are a lot of other places were my mommies also leave food for 'street' cats.

13 comments:

Parker said...

Those kitties are beautiful, I am glad your mommy is going to help them!

ZOOLATRY said...

They are wonderful... and it's wonderful to help. We used to have so many 'waterfront cats' around Port Canaveral... it was a joy to see them, feed them. But little by little, they were all displaced (by authorities?)... it is an empty place without them...

THE ZOO said...

thats nise these kitties are luked after, fed and spayed/neutered. bless their heats. itz gud yur mom helps these kitties.

Grrreta said...

Those are great pictures. That sounds like such a great organization that TNR's and cares for the kitties. It's great that your mommies help kitties too.

Kimo & Sabi said...

That is furry nice of yer momma to help them cats!

Daisy said...

I am glad that there are nice people to look after those cats!

Gandalf and Grayson said...

We are glad they are neutered and fed and looked after!

Gandalf and Grayson said...

P.S. How can we turn the music off on your page? We couldn't find it.

Evie/VampyVictor said...

I wish they would do things like that here is Australia.. every kitty deserves a chance..
I think that is super beautiful and would be visiting there all the time.. well Momma anyway and reporting back tome :)

V-V

Lux said...

Those are some lovely kitties - that's great of your mom to want to help them!

Shrek said...

Ooops, music - I don't have music. Mommy and Ann - help!

JG3D said...

I was walking around the waterfront, near the Royal Cape Yacht Club and I came across this little kitty
picture
He is so cute, he climbed up my jeans and started purring, I wanted to take him home, but the nasty people who run my complex won't let me have a kitty :(

Everycat said...

The waterfront cats looks so happy and healthy! They are proof of the benefits of TNR! Your Mommies are good people to help out the street cats.

Whicky Wuudler