Kitty spotting in Mexico is never easy. With the year-round warm climate, the abundance of flora ensures that there are always many places for a kitty to hide. But occasionally the lure of the toasty Mexican sun is enough to get a kitty out of hiding long enough to catch some rays.
Can you spot the kitty in Ixtlahuacan de los Membrillos?
Turn on your kitty detectors… bleep, bleep, bleep, BOOP! Kitty spotted!
Ixtlahuacan de los Membrillos is a small town of about 10, 000 people (and I don’t know how many kitties) in the southern part of Jalisco province. It is about 40 minutes’ drive south of Guadalajara, Mexico’s second biggest city after Mexico City.
Kitty spotted in Ixtlahuacan de los Membrillos, Jalisco, Mexico
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Kitty-spotting in Mexico is not easy. There are so many wonderful places for a kitty to hide! Today we were fortunate enough to spot a lovely kitty in the town of Ajijic. Ajijic is a small, colourful community on the edge of Lake Chapala, just south of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
Cat is “gato” in Spanish, and kitty is “gatito.”
Can you spot the gatito in this picture? Click on the picture to see it full-sized for easier kitty spotting!
Can you spot the kitty in this property in Ajijic, Mexico?