|Dress & shoes: Anthro, Belt: UniQlo, Bag: From Norway|
Hong Kong is one of those cities that, when you've been there a few times and think you've seen everything, will throw you a curveball straight out of crazytown. For instance, we saw a woman strolling down Nathan Road (probably the busiest shopping street in the city) with a damn ocelot on a dog's leash. Yeah, that's right - a wild animal roughly the size of a cocker spaniel, on one of those flimsy winding dog leads that are about as sturdy as twine.
Victor and I just stood there with our mouths open. Other pedestrians were stopping and staring too - and crowding in to get a good look, which was probably not that great an idea. Who keeps an ocelot as a pet, anyway? Who does that?! You should have seen the muscles rippling under that striped and spotted fur as it stalked - not walked - down the sidewalk, the way those tufted ears were held high and alert. Crazy, I tell you. Crazy!
*these pictures were taken near Hong Kong harbour, by the way, I could have started my post with that, but I just dying to write about the ocelot. I mean, wouldn't you be?