In a theme park inspired by a mouse, cats have the run of the place. Even though a Disney spokesperson declined to comment on the resort’s feline inhabitants except to acknowledge that they exist, the LA Times reports that the theme park has been known to care for the cats, who reciprocate by keeping the property free of mice and rodents (sparing Mickey, of course!) Freelance writer Taylor Roberts started a Twitter account Cats of Disneyland. Each tweet imagines what the cats who live at the park might think, such as “Whenever I fall asleep in someone’s stroller, I always wind up at the Lost and Found.” You can read more about the Disneyland cats in the LA Times.
If you missed any of the stories featured on The Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Monday, we explained you why you should weigh your cat regularly, on Tuesday, we introduced you to the NatureSPA cat fountain (save $30 with our special discount code!), on Wednesday, we provided tips on how you can keep roaming outdoor cats out of your yard so they don’t upset your indoor cats, and on Friday, we reviewed a new cat puzzle book from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. And don’t forget to enter our giveaway for a NVR Miss Litter Box!
Today’s video cracked me up! I don’t know too many cats who like a hair dryer. This kitty not only loves it, he keeps asking for more every time the woman stops!
Have a great weekend!
Photo via LA Times