Half-hidden discreetly between the tombs: a dish of milk, a dish of kibbles, and a cat-carrier with bedding inside.
I only recently discovered this fascinating cemetery in Beer Sheva.
It had no name, no signs.
I'm not sure if it is only for non-Jews or if it is an "alternative" cemetery for anyone seeking burial outside the rules of the rabbis.
It is right next to the British War Cemetery.
(Because of the strange kitty corner found there, I will link to Camera Critters meme.)
P.S. For the readers who enjoyed the fancy mailbox in my previous post, I should add that it hangs at the entrance to the old and beautiful building which houses what I think is called the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem, near Safra Square.