Thursday, 11 June 2009

CATS: Thailand June 2009

Mahatma Gandhi once said that a nation may be judged by the way it treats its animals. These cats and kittens were all found within temple grounds in Thailand. Despite the relative poverty, the cats seemed carefree and relatively well looked after. They shouldn't end up in anybody's cooking pots anytime soon.
Ginger stripes at Wat Arun, Bangkok.


Black beauty at Wat Arun, Bangkok.

Friendly half-Siamese at the
"Floating Nun" Temple (Wat Tham Mongkhon Thong),
outside Kanachanburi.
Ginger "tiger" at Jeath War Museum,
Kanchanaburi.

Cat family at Jeath War Museum, Kanchanaburi
which was founded by a Buddhist monk.

Pair of black kittens at the
Jeath War Museum, Kanchanaburi.

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