This beauty was cuddling with a car when I went past her on my bike. I stopped and she came to me and purred immediately, very sweet ☺️

  • Optional@lemmy.world
    link
    fedilink
    arrow-up
    11
    arrow-down
    2
    ·
    10 days ago

    Keep your distance food ape!

    I will decide when you may approach. Hang on, I gotta clean my face.

  • VelvetStorm@lemmy.world
    link
    fedilink
    arrow-up
    8
    arrow-down
    8
    ·
    9 days ago

    I would have taken it home, but I understand not everyone has that option. I found my flame point cat as a kitten in my front yard.

    • morgunkornOP
      link
      fedilink
      arrow-up
      21
      ·
      9 days ago

      That was very obviously someone’s cat enjoying a hot day outside, the cat wasn’t in distress, don’t worry

      I myself have a Siamese cat so I was directly attracted to this one

        • morgunkornOP
          link
          fedilink
          arrow-up
          13
          arrow-down
          2
          ·
          9 days ago

          In Germany it’s completely normal to let cats roam, but I understand it’s a cultural thing.

          • VelvetStorm@lemmy.world
            link
            fedilink
            arrow-up
            8
            arrow-down
            17
            ·
            9 days ago

            It’s bad practice for the local environment and cats. Cats are responsible for at least 63 species of birds, mammals, and reptiles going extinct. Just because it’s a cultural thing doesn’t mean it’s good or should be ok.

            • morgunkornOP
              link
              fedilink
              arrow-up
              14
              ·
              9 days ago

              I’m not argumenting with that, just saying it’s normal here. Taking this cat in would be blatant theft

              • VelvetStorm@lemmy.world
                link
                fedilink
                arrow-up
                3
                arrow-down
                15
                ·
                9 days ago

                Serious question if it has no collar and nothing on it to indicate it is owned, how is it theft?

                • morgunkornOP
                  link
                  fedilink
                  arrow-up
                  13
                  ·
                  9 days ago

                  Tattoo in the ear or chip under the skin that can be read by any veterinarian.

                  That’s where i’d head, if a cat that would linger several days in an area, with signs of sickness, dehydration or malnourishment. But this one was super fluffy and clean, it didn’t cross my mind a single second it would be stray.

                  But like i say, different countries, different rules. In Australia it would be caught immediately because of local laws.