Saturday, March 22, 2008

Postscript

I forgot to mention the most amazing thing--as I was nearing the north side of the park, I saw an elderly fellow of indeterminate ethnicity carrying a most handsome Russian Blue-type cat over his shoulder!

I saw this fellow and cat once before, the fellow was trudging up the bottom of Harlem Hill and the cat was yowling. You definitely hear that cat before you see it, it was the same thing today, and all the little kids walking by were delighted and mesmerized!

It wears a harness, and it holds onto the fellow's shoulders and back rather as a monkey would...

I have a strong suspicion that they must take a daily constitutional together. It would be appealing if more people took their cats for walks. I hope I see them again soon!

5 comments:

Shakadal said...

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Wendy said...

Many all cats are not amenable to remaining calm and on someone's shoulder during a pleasant walk! Birds, squirrels, dogs ... there are just *so* many distractions!

I think the cat and the person must have the right character traits, and the training of each other must begin when the cat is young!

TriSherpa Di aka "Mrs Bigun" said...

nice! that would be a great thing to see. alas, I can only imagine...

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