In Israel, cats are loved and cherished. Firstly, a law has been passed at the national level prohibiting the killing of cats unless they threaten health and safety. Secondly, government services handle the sterilization and vaccination of cats. Therefore, street cats are a common sight in Israel. But any street cat that becomes domesticated immediately appears different. It seems that nothing special has happened in the animal's life; it simply moved from the street to a human dwelling, but its posture immediately straightens, its gaze begins to look upwards, and its natural feline dignity instantly sharpens, taking on majestic features, not even hindered by an unobtrusive lattice. Damn, the lattice! People will still stroke it behind the ears, but already as a pet, not a street cat. This is how cats in Florentine contemplate their luxurious present.