You may have heard that Istanbul is home to a cat or three. Most of the cats that crossed our path through Turkey looked very… unfortunate.
But the ones in Istanbul seem pretty healthy and manage to navigate the rooftops, alleys and crowded streets in their own self-assured way.
They’re skilled beggars at restaurants, and the waiters only half-heartedly shoo them away.
1,500-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site? Ideal nap spot.
Alicia could hardly contain her excitement at discovering this little mustachioed friend outside of a Galata antique shop.
One of Danny Garcia’s menagerie at Inkstanbul.
Street cat comfort station, Galata.
Kitten near Taksim Square.