Cats in Greece Slideshow
CatChannel veterinary expert Arnold Plotnick, DVM, shares photos of his trip to Greece – and the cats he encountered along the way.
By Arnold Plotnick, DVM

It can’t be all work and no play for Arnold Plotnick, DVM. Join him for a slideshow of his recent trip to Greece, where he encountered many beautiful cats on his travels around the country’s gorgeous sites. Do you think they knew he is a cat specialist?

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Elena    Atlanta, GA

9/25/2009 6:30:32 AM

While the cats may be "enchanting" or "cute", their fates are not.
Cats, near wintertime, when the tourist season is over, are killed, viciously. Poisonings are common, tolerated.
Dogs, too, suffer the same predicament. They are even hung, or shot. Poisoned cats and dogs do not die, peacefully, in their sleep. They are murdered from the inside out, and die with immense pain.

You alone can help stop this insanity. I love cats as much as the next person, and although I'd rather believe the cats are adopted come winter, I know the truth. Now you do, too.
Help the cats at: LINK

Linda    Lubbock, TX

12/18/2008 4:16:27 PM

Very nice! I love Greece and was always enchanted by the many cats I saw.

Kate    Sacramento, CA

12/18/2008 3:56:12 PM

Thanks for the flashback! We visited Greeced this November and also enjoyed the gracious spirit of their cats. I got a great picture of a cat of Rhodes sleeping on a motorcycle seat. And I think we may have seen some of the same cats on Mykonos. It was good to see them again.

Leah    Lexington, SC

12/18/2008 9:44:19 AM

kitty kat beauty is world wide! =0)

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