The American Museum of the House Cat has opened in North Carolina, proving that we as a nation have not yet run out of ideas for quirky roadside attractions. And quirky is the word. Among the 10,000 artifacts included is a petrified cat pulled from a 16th century English chimney, its last meow frozen in time.
The American Museum of the House Cat has opened in North Carolina, proving that we as a nation have not yet run out of ideas for quirky roadside attractions. And quirky is the word. Among the 10,000 artifacts included is a petrified cat pulled from a 16th century English chimney, its last meow frozen in time. Screenshot of web site
The American Museum of the House Cat has opened in North Carolina, proving that we as a nation have not yet run out of ideas for quirky roadside attractions. And quirky is the word. Among the 10,000 artifacts included is a petrified cat pulled from a 16th century English chimney, its last meow frozen in time. Screenshot of web site

A museum devoted to house cats? It just opened in North Carolina

May 18, 2017 04:35 PM

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