Saturday, October 27, 2012

Lucky campus cats


These are not just any stray cats.
They are smarty cats, Hebrew University cats!
They even have their own feeding station!

A pan filled with water and two stainless steel dishes for food.

See how fat and happy they appear?
The white one was crunching away at dried cat food when I came to the beautiful Mount Scopus campus yesterday  morning.

There are no classes on Fridays so the campus was empty and the cafeteria near the cats' place was closed; but still, someone had put out  food for the cats.

My discovery of a dedicated feline feeding station started my day on a happy note.
(A post for Camera Critters meme.)


Lois Evensen said...

How nice that someone takes care of the cats. :)

Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your kind comments.

All the best,

Pat said...

They are smart - and beautiful. It's so nice to see the feeding station on campus.

Karl Demetz said...

These cats have a good life.

sparrow said...

Lovely! I was always so upset to see how many stray cats there were in Israel. Thank goodness some of them get fed by cat lovers.
When I lived in the ME, I lived in a compound with over 40 strays. The white cat with a black tail was very common. We used to call them ink pot kitties!

Sara said...

I love to see cats well cared for! Especially outdoor cats who have no safe home to hide out in during the nighttime.

VP said...

Not a big animal lover, but I like cats...

Petrea Burchard said...

These are definitely very smart cats.

Karen, author of "My Funny Dad, Harry" said...

How nice for the students to have cats on campus. If I went there, I'd be the one helping to feed them every day!

Spiderdama said...

That`s nice:-)
I've actually gotten a cat, completely unintentional..

crystal said...

That's great that there are feeding stations for the stray cats! It's sad to think of all the cats that don't have homes.

Kay said...

What a funny coincidence. There are a TON of feral cats in Manoa by the University of Hawaii. Are cats so intelligent that they are drawn to places of learning?

JM said...

Lucky cats! :-)