It's the battle of Fleming Street - dogs vs cats. 5 years ago cats ruled on Fleming Street: we'd have a game on our walk back from Duval Street, along the length of Fleming, to see how many I cats could pet on the way home - and regularly it was half a dozen. No longer: now you hardly find any.
Now Fleming Street is dominated by dogs; I reckon it's the dog capital of Key West.
Not that I am complaining as I love dogs too. As a tribute, here are some of the beautiful dogs on the streets of Key West. As well as some of the worried looking cats!
|Key West dogs taking it easy. These 2 labs listening to the jazz in Blue Heaven.|
|Key West cats looking nervous at the situation - i.e. doggie dominance!|
p.s. this post will be updated from time to time with more pictures (as I take them) of Key West's adorable dogs and cunning cats
Have you got any views on doggie dominance? Is it a good thing? Or a sign of Key West going to the dogs (ha, ha)? There is a lot of coverage in the Citizen at the moment about the noise caused by dogs, what do you think? Please feel free to leave comments - click the button underneath this post.