Cats of Estonia 

by | Aug 29, 2017 | Human, Misc stuff | 1 comment

I was just looking at the photos for my trip to Estonia and I noticed there are actually quite a few of cats I met there! So I decided to do a bit of a summary…

Some random cat I noticed at the window…just chilling out.


I was invited to be a panelist for the Arvamusfestival – Opinion Festival (I know, it’s crazy, don’t ask me why I got invited as I have no idea…) so we spent one night at Paides. At the apartment we stayed in, the host’s cat kept coming up to ask for food. He/she literally just sat at the table with us at breakfast time…

Another of their cats was just screaming ‘HELLO!!!!’ to us from the back garden…

And then came to check us out while we were leaving…

Say hi to Joseph. The naming might have been a joke on Joseph Stalin but have nothing to do with Stalin really as this Joseph the cat is a lovely person…He lives with a friend of mine in Tallinn…

Say hi to Rosie who has her own sofa. She lives in Turi.

Can you caption this photo? Teele is a grumpy cat, and I don’t think I need to tell you that…

Do you take cat photos when you travel? Please share with me below! I would love to see cat photos from around the world! 

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I started this blog on 2014.
After working as a cat care professional for several years, I realised that I am in a unique position meeting a lot of interesting cats and their incredible humans.
This blog is their stories.
I also share some tricks of the trade and educational information.
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