Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Tabby/Tortie Tuesday


Today for Tabby/Tortie Tuesday, we continue our travels in Morocco.





Here in the capitol city of Rabat is the KASBAH of OUDAYA, which is another type of Medina here in Morocco.



The scenes from yesterday's posts were from this Kasbah, and stunning Andalusian gardens exist inside the Kasbah.

Here are several tabbies and torties who live in the beautiful walled medina of Rabat, Morocco.




Wouldn't you say....what a life?!

7 comments:

Daisy said...

That does look like a very beautiful place to live!

Tybalt said...

Simply gorgeous!

Sultanfus and Guy said...

Wow! Tabbies do rule the world!

Artsy Catsy said...

Absolutely 'What a life!' It looks even more beautiful today because here in the midwest US it's gray, rainy and floods!

Rocky

TheSlyCat said...

You are very welcome my dear! :) Have a fantastic day!!!
<3Sly

Mickey said...

Oh that looks so nice.I would like to go there :)
Purrs Mickey

Catherine Roseberry-Meyer said...

All these little kitties look well taken care of.

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Tabby/Tortie Tuesday


Today for Tabby/Tortie Tuesday, we continue our travels in Morocco.





Here in the capitol city of Rabat is the KASBAH of OUDAYA, which is another type of Medina here in Morocco.



The scenes from yesterday's posts were from this Kasbah, and stunning Andalusian gardens exist inside the Kasbah.

Here are several tabbies and torties who live in the beautiful walled medina of Rabat, Morocco.




Wouldn't you say....what a life?!

7 comments:

Daisy said...

That does look like a very beautiful place to live!

Tybalt said...

Simply gorgeous!

Sultanfus and Guy said...

Wow! Tabbies do rule the world!

Artsy Catsy said...

Absolutely 'What a life!' It looks even more beautiful today because here in the midwest US it's gray, rainy and floods!

Rocky

TheSlyCat said...

You are very welcome my dear! :) Have a fantastic day!!!
<3Sly

Mickey said...

Oh that looks so nice.I would like to go there :)
Purrs Mickey

Catherine Roseberry-Meyer said...

All these little kitties look well taken care of.