Moser’s Ark

If ever there will be a great flood again and I would be the one tasked with saving the animals, there would only be enough space for a few cats and squirrels.

(In the port of Acre, Israel.)

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a journalist, a spy or a hobo.
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4 Responses to Moser’s Ark

  1. deeess says:

    Fortunately, my cat that I had in Dubai loved to swim and play in water. Sadly, I had to leave her there with new owners when I left. But all the same, if there is a flood, can I perhaps nominate her for your passenger list?

  2. Robert Miner 123mail says:

    Dear Andreas,

    Are you in Acre? Would you consider coming over the river to visit us?

    Welcome!

    Robert

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    • Oh no, this is a very old photo, from 2007 or so.

      I will definitely let you know in advance before my next trip to Israel or Jordan and I’d love to visit you.

  3. Kavita Joshi says:

    Hmmm I don’t have pets but I would love to say that please save two dogs (male and female), and both gender of your favourite species so that they can create more in future as I do not understand what’s the point of saving one of each as after the disaster no way in earth we can use any science to clone them after all…

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