Cats are everywhere in Turkey, I think in a couple more years the cats might be more than the humans living there. So these are some of the cats I met during my holiday in Turkey and I decided to give them names, in future if I ever get to meet them again.
Ali (cat on the left) and Baba (cat on the right) both of them were the first 2 cats I fed in Turkey. I had the most gross and dry tasting meatballs ever, so Ali and Baba looked like they really wanted my dish very badly. I decided to gave them everything sneakily without the chef noticing.
Eva the roof cat, this cat greeted me in the morning by meowing on the roof.
Leo, the belly showing cat, the first time I met Leo, he was just flipping around showing his belly to me. I was too hungry to entertain him so I took his photo and walk away. He looked kinda offended.
This is Milfred, the train station cat, seems like age is catching up with Milfred. I suspect Istanbul is too fast for Milfred, he looks rough.
This is William, the offended the cat, because I fed the kitten with some meat but not him.
And this is Mini, the kitten that I fed. Check out the belly is a tad huge for a tiny kitten.
Katey, the street cat that doesn’t give a hoot about your presence.
And this is Mini’s sibling, I decided to call it Stuart, because of his very stunned face.
This is Ryu, the street fighter cat, seems like he lost his eye due to a fight.
Leon, the window cat, he just stones in that cozy corner and zone out.
Orange, the dreamer cat, I bet he’s dreaming of awesome turkish meatballs now.
This is Felix, the pretty grumpy cat, he is kinda of a hipster hanging around coffee places absorbing the coffee smell into his fur.
Lucy, the cat that doesn’t give a shit. Such is life.
Lastly I shall end with Leila, the prettiest cat I saw in Turkey. She came to met with those eyes asking me to give her my whole dish of meat. I gave her some eventually but she got shoo-ed away by the waitress. That’s all for the cats profile in Turkey, let me know if you met any of them!