Cats of Bermuda

A black and white cat on a bridge at Fort St. Catherine in St. George, Bermuda.
A black and white cat on a bridge at Fort St. Catherine in St. George, Bermuda.

There are lots of churches in Bermuda and unfortunately we didn’t have time to visit any. Not being religious, we still have our own system: we’re “Catolics”! We saw so many cats it’s unbelievable! Many of them were ginger color and they all seemed pretty clean though I must admit some looked a little rough.

Two cats grooming themselves in the sun, on a farm next to Spittal Pond Preserve in Bermuda.
Two cats grooming themselves in the sun, on a farm next to Spittal Pond Reserve in Bermuda.

We saw them everywhere, from our own rental property in Flatts to St. George, Hamilton and Sandys.

This is a cat I named Milton because we were at Fort Hamilton.
This is a cat I named Milton because we were at Fort Hamilton.
Sunny at Crystal and Fantasy Caves in Bermuda.
Sunny at Crystal and Fantasy Caves in Bermuda.

My favorite cat has to be the one from Hamilton Fort I called “Milton”. He seemed so smart and friendly. He was very talkative, polite and generous, a true Bermudian! He really seemed to like the name I gave him.

Benny, a female cat at Crystal and Fantasy Caves in Bermuda.
Benny, a female cat at Crystal and Fantasy Caves in Bermuda.
A cat in a shop window in St. George Bermuda.
A cat in a shop window in St. George Bermuda.
A cat drawing on a plastic wrap around a magnetic broom.
A cat drawing on a plastic wrap around a magnetic broom.
The shadow of a cat at one of the exhibit at the National Bermuda  Museum.
The shadow of a cat at one of the exhibit at the National Bermuda Museum.
A black stray cat in Hamilton, Bermuda.
A black stray cat in Hamilton, Bermuda.

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