After filling my stomach with Khao Man Gai, I decided to walk through the alleys of Bangkok's Chinatown again. The alleyway I entered was trashed and there was junk scattered on the side. Among the junk was a cardboard box with what appeared to be creatures inside. Upon closer inspection, I realized that the creatures were cats. Two cats were taking a leisurely nap in the cardboard box.
As I approached, one of the two cats raised its head and started looking at me. It seemed to be watching me. On the other hand, the other cat remained relaxed. I couldn't find anything that looked like a collar on the two cats, so they might be stray cats, and they might be wary of humans.
When I'm traveling abroad and I see stray dogs, the dogs are wary of me, but I'm also wary of the dogs and get a little nervous. I worry that they might bite me. Rabies is scary. In contrast, I don't feel the same way when I see a cat. If you think about it calmly, rabies can be transmitted by cats, but it's a strange thing. This may be a bit of a perk of being a cat.
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