On the 1st September I left Dunbar, Scotland with the ambition to cycle the world. 3 months and 9 countries later I was coming up to the Bosnia-Montenegro border when I heard a little kitten meowing her heart out, chasing me trying to get my attention. We were 12 miles from the nearest town and it was soon clear by her friendly nature and desperate hunger her owner had intentionally dumped her. After a trip to the vet, her gender was confirmed and the names for her came rolling in. Pussy Galore.. Meowtenegro.. but with her feisty and loving personality Nala was clearly the best fit. At 7 weeks old she was chipped, wormed and rabies shot. From then on it was set, Nala was to be my new travel companion, riding up front with the world ahead of her. Through Montenegro we explored abandoned villas and hidden beaches, with Nala on my shoulder through the good and the bad. Across the border into Albania Christmas soon came and we made our home in the Himara hostel brewing Raki and exploring what Albania had to offer. 27 days later the weather improved, and it was time to move on into Greece. Nala and I want to continue travelling the world on our bike. Please donate what you can to help Nala continue travelling the world and bring her home safely to the UK, thank you!