Pet-à-porter: Chilling with the Cats in Paris

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Pet-à-porter: Chilling with the Cats in Paris
As Thomas O’Malley, king of the alley, once crooned in Walt Disney’s The Aristocats, “Everybody wants to be a cat because a cat’s the only cat who knows where it’s at! Everybody’s picking up on that feline beat ’cause everything else is obsolete!” I concur completely. Especially whilst romping through Old Parigi during the nippy, slippery fall season, I always purr. “Nailed it again!” I shout up to the trees wooing my undivided attention with their scarlet red and canary yellow leaves all a-flutter. I’m feeling all blissed out and matchy-matchy myself, cloaked head-to-toe in thick denim. Decadently decked-out with faux fur sleeves in blazing neon orange, it’s not difficult to press a reality pause, linger on a bench, and watch the leaves fall ’til les chats come home. Get the look So in celebration of all that is truly, madly, deeply autumnal, let’s skip to the cobblestone rues for some divine feline inspiration, shall we? Where’s the love? Trust me, it’s here and there, and everywhere. Because in the words of another favorite groove-master poet, Jean Cocteau, “I love cats because I enjoy my City, and little by little, they become its visible soul.” Inhale. Exhale. And dawdle like only your spirit animal is watching. #ClowderGoals Related article: Paris Cats, in Pictures: Felines on Parade
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Lead photo credit : Lana the glamour puss on her first stroll through Parc des Buttes-Chaumont (Photo by Theadora Brack)

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Theadora is a Paris-based writer who has a regular column, called “My Life in Paris," in France Today magazine.

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  • Lilianne Milgrom
    2020-08-20 09:18:41
    Lilianne Milgrom
    You made this cat-lover's day! I was touched by the cat shelter...

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  • M Sutherland
    2020-08-20 08:12:34
    M Sutherland
    Theadora seems to be inspired by "Cats of Paris," by Barnaby Conrad III. Nice color photos so similar to the black and white images in Conrad's book.

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  • Stephen Klatsky
    2020-08-20 08:11:51
    Stephen Klatsky
    In Montpellier my wife and I saw a beautiful orange tabby everyday. Finally, bought her food. When we came back to DC we were delighted to add a 1 yr old orange cat to our household. Named her Amelie after the wonderful movie.

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  • Wendy Hill
    2018-09-16 03:01:09
    Wendy Hill
    So sweet! ?

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  • Karen Burns
    2017-11-02 13:45:51
    Karen Burns
    Love it!

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