Over the last few years, whilst we have been based on the small Mediterranean island of Malta, we’ve had some regular, and very welcome, feline visitors – some of whom, as you can see, make themselves very much at home. These strays saunter in, from the Cat Village (run by the inimitable, indefatigable Roza Zammit Salinos) across the street, whenever they see the front door open. They then wend their way up three flights of stairs to the top of the house and into our apartment.
And, for some reason, they all seem to gravitate towards our West Africa, ‘no wahala‘, chair. Although, it can get a wee bit messy if one of them tries to get onto ‘their’ favourite chair at the same time as one of the others! After all, these are tough street-wise cats.
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We also highly welcome in our regular stray street/beach dogs whenever we are working in The Gambia (which is often).
CURRENT LOCATION: SEPTEMBER 2020 – MALTA
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