Ghanaian cats are special. They’re tiny, almost kitten-like, with huge eyes and ears. They materialize out of nowhere, hop lightly into your lap, and curl into a purring, sleeping ball before you even realize they’re there.
A typical Ghanaian kitten-cat.
This cat likes to talk.
This one lives at a lighthouse and hangs with goats. (I could write a whole post “goats of Ghana” too, as the goats here are equally amusing.)
I dig the scrappy quirkiness of these West African felines. I wish I could bring one home with me but the Melville Cat definitely wouldn’t approve.
I have much more to say about Ghana and I’ll probably have more cat photos too. My trip is only half over. The rest will have to wait.
Three Ghanaian cats, all in a row.