More From The Old Africa Album ~ Letting Sleeping Cats Lie Cheetahs asleep in the Maasai Mara One Word Sunday: ASLEEP Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Thank you 🙂
Too gorgeous. Here kitty!
I think they can be purr-suaded to be quite friendly towards humankind 🙂
Oh, brilliant! They look quite friendLy, like that!
Cheetahs are pretty nice. They are apparently fairly easily tamed, and tend to behave more like dogs than cats.
Warning! Silly pun…..well spotted, Tish. 😀
Big cats…just beautiful
Cheetahs are especially lovely. Not known to harm humans.
Looking so peaceful! Great photos, Tish!
Thank you, Peter.
Stunning captures! What an adventure, thank you so much for sharing with us, Tish.
Glad you like my big cats, Amy. They didn’t give a hoot about being watched at close quarters.
That is amazing!
Cheetahs are so lovely with those ‘tears’ on their faces.
These look like fantastic cats. Beautiful and strong. I wouldn’t bother them when they were sleeping, but I’d love to get to know them, and spend some time together.
I knew you’d like these photos, Shimon, if you saw them. You might also be in luck with a cheetah. I gather they can be tamed just enough to be around humans, not like the other big cats 🙂
What a lovely face! Beautiful shots of this magnificent creature, Tish. 🙂 🙂
They are beautiful, aren’t they.
Sometimes it almost seems as if their sleep is very “forced”, as if they hope that if they keep their eyes tightly shut you would have disappeared by the time they open them again!
I know exactly what you mean, Dries.
I love that last one, such power relaxed.
You had me at cats 💕
Shhh, let sleeping cats lie…
I would love to have seen a wild cheetah!
Na fanya lala. 🙂
Lala salama yourself 🙂
Asante sana, Debbie