Julia has protested in the comments to the previous post, as I have depicted the olive tree and the feline colony of the Tower of the Souls only in words, without having described them in picture. Well then, here you are some casual photos which, however, desperately require the collaboration of the imagination of the pious Reader.
As we were there the last time, the colony counted some twenty members, and it was already an uncommon sight. But what is this if compared to the immense feline clans of Rome! There, in the middle of the city, among the ruins of the Roman temples excavated in Largo Argentina we have counted more than a hundred of them. And as we kept watching them for almost a year, their number grew even larger. In the middle of one of the busiest junction points of Rome, two meters and two thousand years below the level of the square they were living their own peculiar life, just like some sacred cats of an Egyptian temple forgotten there.
Unfortunately there are no more pictures on the colony of the Torre de ses Ànimes. So let me complete them with some more on the small hermits of the hermitage of Sant Honorat, towards sunset.