Kitikata-san's Blog

I am a girl cat in Nashville.

Sunday, September 26, 2010



My human was off seeing other cats again. This is one of them. She lives outside at IAO State Park in the center of Maui Island, in Maui County, Hawaii. IAO Cat was just sitting there posing for photos. There were a lot of humans taking her photo. I am betting that IAO Cat might have some human(s) coming to see her every once in a while to feed her. She lives in a Hawaii state park with no car access, so at least she has a low risk of being hit by a car, as long as she stays away from the parking lot. There is a beautiful babbling brook fed by rainfall on top of the mountain, so IAO Cat has natural water to drink. She is one of the lucky strays on the island of Maui. There are plenty more strays that are not so lucky. There is a real problem with "dumped" cats and dogs on the island. Consider helping our beautiful state of Hawaii and the lovely island of Maui control the stray cat population by visiting


At 9/26/10, 4:10 PM, Blogger Ellen Whyte said...

Hi Kitikata-san! Long time no see. Poor kitty on Hawaii. Same problem everywhere, isn't it? We need a world TNR programme.

At 1/28/11, 4:43 PM, Anonymous Roni said...

There are so many homeless animals out there who are seeking for a home a family who could provide them shelter, love and care.I remember when my sister and I were adopted by our human and it is such a comfort feeling to have your very own rabbit hutches and family most especially.


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