Showing posts with label comfort. Show all posts
Showing posts with label comfort. Show all posts

Under the Bird Wing

"I will take you under my wing."
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Cat Cafe Opens in Australia

Do you like cats? Of course you like cats. Some people actually love cats, going so far as to set up a temple of cats, namely a cat cafe. These cafes originated in Japan where they are still popular.

Australia has opened its first cat cafe. The building is laid out in an open fashion. Signs show you too a bathroom where you are instructed to thoroughly wash your hands. There is an "airlock" of rooms to go through. Finally the Cat Foyer is reached. People have cameras and are busy taking snaps of cats.

Everything inside has a cat theme and is created for cats. Cat photos, pictures and books are spread throughout. Bean bags proliferate. Every cat has its own favorite place and do not move when you enter the room. You can touch the cats if they are ready to let you. Some cats look forward to contact.

Just why would a person come to a place like this? They obviously do not have a cat at home. Do they live in apartments? Maybe so. People come here to relax and calm down from a stressful workplace. It could become popular. If you get a cat of your own, however, that is the end of the experiment.
Culture by Ty Buchanan
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