... well, it lived around 1970 and thus appeared to be a little more savage than the average Roman city cat of 2012.
If this is a rule and you extrapolate towards past... you'll get to the beasts that entertained Caesar at the Circus Maximus :-)
Best greetings from Hannover
You must admit Roman felines have always dined on the best of food (martyrs must be simply DELICIOUS), and they must therefore have high expectations . . . it appears that they have learned some patience in the intervening centuries, however.
What is that camel waiting for, by the way?
The camel... That's Oliver Medary from Petra/Jordan. He is waiting for the administration of al-Jamaliyya University in Aqaba to give him the certificate for the thesis recently finished. He just cut an ear away for a better fit of the square hat; that's why he looks a bit uncomfortable. No matter; in an hour or so his name will be Dr.O.Medary.
My congratulations to Dr. Medary! I share his nose, perhaps, but not, alas, his doctorate!
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Photo taken in Rione XXI San Saba, Roma, Italy
Baths of Caracalla
Misplaced? Suggest new location