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Street Cats - Series

Came across these cats while on outing in Kampong Ayer this morning with Bruneian (our intrepid guide) and new re-found buddy Ber. These cats look pretty street savvy. I wonder what a day in their lives would be like...

How ya doin'?

Apa usul nya kan? Mun paham bisai.....

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  1. Cat in first pic: How ya doin'?

    Cat in second pic: Apa usul nya kan? Mun paham bisai.....

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  2. i was hunting for black cats di masjid soas tadi, but I not even a whisker. That would be a great header image for my blog, a black cat roaming around on Brunei's prominent landmark..haha...

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  3. Vixennova/Bruneian: Awu catwalk tu banaaa

    Anonymous: Hahahah! Good one! I'll used the captions!

    Ucingitam: I didnt spot any black cats either during our outing... rare species pakah? Heheh

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  4. hehe extinct kli udah bro...masuk endangered species

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