Face Off #WordlessWednesday

I’m not really into cats but these days thanks to the ‘Good Samaritan ‘ who insisted on making my building into a feeding spot for the neighbourhood cats, I can’t help noticing these felines prowling around.

I caught this cat staring at me from under a car while I was getting into my own .

She looks like someone I wouldn’t want to mess with. Doesn’t she ?

Sharing this post with Esha and Natasha on #WordlessWednesday.

Happy midweek all!


Author: Bellybytes

Proud Mumbai gal who always sees the humour in life. The mum who made banana fritters when all the other mums made cupcakes.

8 Comments on “Face Off #WordlessWednesday

  1. I love cats, although I have never owned one. I work with several people who rescue stray cats and bring them into their homes (as opposed to just feeding them). It can be an expensive pursuit, and is a lot of hard work. Looking into that cat’s eyes, I do wonder what he or she was thinking.

    1. I bet she was telling me to leave her alone else ….. The guys who look after strays in our city don’t bother with taking them home- they feed them with scraps they collect from the neighbourhood and feed the cats that aren’t really in their backyard ! That’s what really annoys me .

  2. That look says it all, doesn’t it? I bet she was scared too but sometimes, I think we give completely different impressions to others about what we are thinking at a given time. Don’t you think so? I wish the cat could read your mind and clarify your thoughts. 🙂 Thanks for joining us this week for #WW, Sunita. Love your photo posts. They’re so much more than just the images.
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