Either the late 1980's or very early 1990's in Guadalajara, Mexico.
The then brown-haired, brownish-red bearded Catalyst and a new member of the family, the late and lamented new kitten Chulapay (Spanglish for Cutie Pie).
The picture was taken on our enclosed but open to the sky patio.
Chulapay used to climb up the wrought-iron window frames to the roof.
Once she disappeared for several days.
We posted pictures of her on utility poles and went around the neighborhood calling for her and asking people if they had seen her, to no avail.
Suddenly she appeared once again on our patio.
We assume she wandered over the adjoining roofs and got into someone's storage shed or closet without them knowing it and became shut in.
She refused to tell us where she had been.
This was a little later as she warmed herself under my desk lamp while supervising whatever I was doing.
She came back to El Norte with us in 1991 and survived Austin, Texas during which our apartment was flooded.
Then we brought her with us back to Arizona and she survived three more moves before she had to be put down.
We still remember her and I sometimes absent-mindedly call one of our two present cats by her name.
They just think I'm old and demented.