Parent Cat With A Kitten In Its Mouth

Parent cat with a kitten in its mouth
Shot in Jakarta, Indonesia tetsuOzawa

A parent cat with a kitten in its mouth was jumping up on the fence

There are much more cats than dogs. When I walked around the city of Jakarta, I rarely saw dogs, but I saw cats here and there on the streets. I don't like stray dogs, so I was relieved when I didn't see them, but if I didn't see them too often, I thought there were no dogs in Jakarta. A cat with an adorable face is so black-hearted in fact that I suspect it might have destroyed a hostile dog.

When I was walking around Jakarta, I saw another cat. It was a parent and kid cat. The parent cat was climbing up the fence with the kitten's neck firmly in its mouth. The kitten looked a little startled as it was being held in its mouth. It looked as if it wanted to play outside but was being forced to go home.

When a parent cat holds a kitten, it often nips at the root of the kitten's neck. The cat's teeth are so stubborn that I'm afraid the kitten will get hurt. But apparently, the skin is so thick at the cat's neck, where the parent cat nips, that it's safe to pull on it. Even so, some cats are clumsy or violent and can cause minor injuries when they are rushed into their mouths, so humans and cats seem to be the same.

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Where is Jakarta?

PHOTO DATA

No

11691

Shooting Date

Jan 2020

Posted On

October 7, 2020

Place

Jakarta, Indonesia

Genre

Animal Photography

Camera

SONY ALPHA 7R II

Lens

ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF

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