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Who doesn't love cats? They are adorable furry little thing and you just can't ignore them. Cats are lovely, dramatic and highly sensual. People are so crazy about them that they have created first of it's kind exclusive Cat Cafes in USA.
So, before the cat cafe opens in your state, enjoy these cat crazy Places.
If you love cats, this place is heaven for you. You can visit Hello Kitty theme parks in Disneyland and for the best fun with cats you must drop by Cat Cafe.
If you are bored or want to hangout with cats giving various poses. These cats add to drama to 'melo-dramatic'.
Kuching means "cat" in Malay . So, when you are saying Kuching Cat Museum, you're actually saying Cat Cat Museum.
The museum holds artifacts and some weird statues, everything is good till it's cute.
Whenever you feel tired with your job and you need some relaxation, this place is for you. People come here, spend time with cats and leave having a great mind.
If you love water and like traveling in boats, you must visit the boat for cats that floats on the Herengracht canal in Amsterdam.
This boat was originally a shelter for stray cats but since has been morphed into tourist attraction. This place provides a home like environment to the cats.
Only 16 people live at Aoshima that means cat outnumber the humans here.
We know how do you feel after looking at this awesome photo of so many cats around.
The legendary writer was gifted a cat by the captain of a ship and some of the cats are the descendants of the cat. He became very attached to this cat and then the tradition continues.
The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum is home to approximately 40-50 polydactyl (six-toed) cats.
Only a thousand people lived on the Island 50 years back, now most of them are old so the number of cats have grown more than humans.
Dogs are banned on this island and people love to feed the cats, it's considered as good fortune.
This is first Cat Cafe in America and it needs reservation to spend time with these cutie cats.
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