Conversation-starved world travelers find listening ear among the furry folk.
A few moments with a dog in Vilcabamba, Ecuador.
Good Morning! Mind sharing a few crumbs? (Romania)
Keeping my distance, I didn’t want to be the one to tell these Morrocon goats they would soon be Islamic sacrifices.
Is your mama a llama? (Cuenca, Ecuador)
The seagulls were happy to see us (Istanbul) but the dog (Italy) and cat (Kotor) were dreaming and the lizard didn’t stop to chat.
A nap in the sun is enjoyable the whole world over!
A Thai turtle in Bangkok.
Recently a strong earthquake on Ecuador’s northern coast caused tremendous devastation. I wonder how all our friends are doing in Santa Marianita Beach, Ecuador.
Birds of a feather flock together in Cuenca, Ecuador.
Hola! Se habla español?
A gazelle intently munching at EnGedi, Israel.
No! I absolutely do not want to take you home with me. (Albino Burmese Python in Bangkok, Thailand
Since there isn’t a language barrier we can’t resist stopping to greet a dog or cat.
Appropriately named, Latte gave us a very enthusiastic welcome before settling down next to us while we had coffee in her master’s coffee shop in Busan, South Korea.
Meeting a sweet cat in Istanbul, Turkey.
As we traveled around the world we found ourselves talking to the animals.