I took the video of these cats on my way to the clinic. Not having a car and having never learned to drive, both of which I regret, I either take the bus or walk. I walk a lot, because I love nature, seeing trees, bushes, flowers, blue sky, and feral cats. Plus the opportunity to pet other people’s dogs.
Some nice person must’ve left the cats’ food outside, so the orange cat could enjoy a good meal. There are so many feral cats here, that you get to see not one but several every time you leave your house. This is what I love about living here; blue sky and plenty of sunshine throughout the year and feral cats everywhere.
Of course, there are also downsides, like dogs running around unsupervised, some of which are aggressive and may attack without provocation, terrible heat during the endless summer, and winged cockroaches that get into houses, some of which are practically finger-sized.
So, anyway, these cats were willing to pose for the camera, which isn’t a given when dealing with the feral cats community. These cats were friendly, trusting, and not camera-shy. They were definitely good models. Different colors, too.
The best way to shoot a video of a cat is having the cat look at the camera, but it’s not always easy to achieve. Often, they just run, and all you get is their retreating tails.
Anyways, here’s the video.
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