It is very good to clear out all that clutter and replace it with a cat-shaped couch.
Sometimes a building comes along that is so imaginative, so far ahead of everything that has ever been dreamed, that it catapults architecture light years ahead of itself. You know a cat has been involved in the design when it completely eviscerates paradigms and tears the stuffing out of tradition. Leave it to those incredible Germans to do all this and more in what is simply being called the “Cat-Shaped Kindergarten.”
Soon a new generation will start their first day of Kindergarten inside this modern-day sphinx. How can our American cats possibly compete when German cats have advantages like this?
Yes, the cat’s tail is a slide. In the future, expect to see more public buildings incorporating this kind of thing. Why not have a slide to exit the courts, the federal buildings, Congress, etc.? The public would really enjoy it.
Nothing potentializes the feline sense of self faster than a pulsing psychedelic seven-foot cat on the wall. With inspiration like this adorning your world, you can do anything you set your minds to, kitties!
Dog parks, schmog parks. What about the cat parks, people? In feline-forward Oakland, CA (home base for the entire Self Help for Cats empire), cat-activists are asking just that. This dog-happy hamlet offers its city-bound canines no less than FIVE DOG PARKS in which to frisk about and catch frisbees. Meanwhile, the local cat population suffers without so much as a sidewalk strip dedicated to their pure, dog-free enjoyment.
This and other inequalities were recently brought to Oakland city leaders’ attention by Chairman Meow, spokes-human of a group that calls itself Ay Gato!, “the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Cat Army’s nonviolence front group.” In a statement apparently read to city council, Chairman Meow said the group envisions, “a cat play area with large sandboxes, bird and rodent habitat, trees for climbing,” etc.
In another statement, these cat visionaries assert: “Building a cat park at Lake Merritt would provide cat owners with a lovely opportunity to teach our cats to swim in the lake and bike the area. Dogs aren’t even litter trained!”
The group has an open Facebook page, so you too could become a member at: