Cyprus is full of cats and this little kitten was hiding part way up a palm tree.
According to research conducted by JD Vigne, et al. the oldest example of a domesticated cat may be found in Cyprus. In 2004, archaeologists working at the Neolithic site of Shillourokambos, uncovered carefully interred remains of a cat along side human remains and decorative artifacts. Examination showed that a small pit or grave had been deliberately dug out, and the body of the cat was placed in it, then rapidly covered. The cat's skeleton predates Egyptian depictions of cats by 4,000 years or more