Another Beautiful Tiger

Orange Cat

When I was in Reinfeld, I often saw cats outside, and sometimes I had my camera with me to take a photo, especially when I was hiking. As I mentioned often, I like to upload many photos of my own cat Shyna, but I am also very happy when I can expand the category with other cat photos. So, I am glad that the cat in the photo above crossed my path a few months ago when I was hiking, it’s a beautiful orange cat. I hope you like the photo too, and it’s promised that I will upload more of my older photos with time.


14 thoughts on “Another Beautiful Tiger

    1. I know you are a fan of cats too ๐Ÿ™‚ I am always happy too if they cross my path, they are perfect photo subjects ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Yes, I like the fur colour too. The cat wanted to cross the street, but it was a calm side road, no real danger. I assume he sees the street as the territory, he came from one of the houses. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Oh, I thought the vocabulary stray would also be used for cats that are allowed to go outside. Yes, this cat came from a house. So, would I need to say “outside cat” or something?

      1. I think “outside cat” is better. A stray is a cat that “Strayed” from home or went “astray.” It really means he took the wrong path but it is understood that he ran away, got lost, or was abandoned. I know your English is good so forgive me if you know this but a feral is a domestic cat born wild.

        1. No, Charles your hint is totally welcomed and helpful! These are the small things where I still need to improve my English. I do also think that my English became better and better, but when people like you point at some minor things, it just improves my English further. No need for a sorry, I thank you for this ๐Ÿ™‚

        2. I removed “stray cats” from the post and just mentioned that I often saw cats outside ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks again for helping me!

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