Pfffft, girl, all of Viejo San Juan is a fuckin “cat sanctuary”. At least three under most cars. And those cats’ll fuck you up, too. Viejitas will straight up buy a flat of canned cat food and put it a can on every street corner.
Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
Here is a side by side comparison of how The New York Times has profiled Michael Brown — an 18 year old black boy gunned down by police — and how they profiled Ted Bundy, one of the most prolific serial killers of all time.
It’s a tense night in Ferguson, but luckily no outbreak of violence.
This is still going on. Do not forget
Don’t let the media make you think this is over. Those last few tweets are from today!
These are dated August 24, 2014
That means it was a few hours ago.
Sunday August 24th. Wtf
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