“I live in a small apartment and work long hours so a dog wasn’t an option. I thought about getting a cat but my flatmate vetoed that decision so the next option was getting Stalin.”
Simba has just arrived in Tel Aviv.
Seen at Ahad Ha’am st.
Seen on Dizengoff st.
a male snail. He is intelligent but slightly insecure. He tends to rely on Uza for answers. He wears round glasses.
Seen on Rothschild boulevard.
“About 500 million birds from 500 species pass through Israel during the migration season.”
The monkeys of Rotschiled boulevard.
“Not all those who wander are lost”.
Seen on Michal st.
Seen on Rothschild boulevard
“In the beginning, Bis tried to hump Choocha, but she’s a Lady and doesn’t go with just any one. It took him a lot of time win her heart.”
Fresh from the market
Seen on Shuk hacarmel
“I got soda two week ago from the city dog pen and the great thing about Soda is that he enables me to meet new people every where I go.”
Seen on Nachlat binyamin
Seen on Nachlat binyamin.
“Me and my wife called him ‘Pits’ because everybody told us he will be very small. Seven years later, the size changed but the name remains.”
Seen at Nachlat binyamin.
Seen on Florentine neighborhood
Seen on Neve Tzedek.
Lion from Zion
Seen on Shenkin st.