The Russian museum that “collects cats”

It’s old news, but it’s always good to remind ourselves that public places such as museums, police stations, fire stations, train stations, why, maybe even government departments (!) can lead the way to promote kindness and set a good example to the ordinary citizen. It would be great for tourism too!

Here’s all about the Hermitage Cats at the St Petersburg Museum: https://theculturetrip.com/europe/russia/articles/the-russian-museum-that-collects-art-and-cats/

If neutered cats are allowed to live on peacefully in such public places, they provide “free” rodent-control service!  At the same time, such places can also promote adoption of neutered street cats.

Our local museums like Muzium Negara, can lead the way!

It’s definitely a win-win situation for everyone, including the public image of the country.

Visit Malaysia Year 2020 has started!  How about promoting our country as one that appreciates her street animals?

Let’s promote KINDNESS as the Malaysian way of life!

We, the ordinary citizen, can make a difference.

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