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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Stray Cats Find Home in a Bookstore in Hong Kong

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One of the kitties adopted into the bookstore
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Two little kittens spending time with a customer
A small bookstore (SAM KEE Bookstore, 森記圖書) in North Point, Hong kong became a little haven for many local homeless and stray cats. According to Chunli who visited the store recently, the owners of the bookstore have taken in many homeless cats and let them sleep in, play inside and hang out with their customers. The kitties are given plenty of food and love and attention from everyone in the store. They love to patrol around the aisles and nap on a stack of books or often time a customer’s lap.
Many people come to the bookstore to read and spend time with the kitties. Some are regular customers who have bonded with some of the cats in the store.
The bookstore is a permanent home to many cats who otherwise would be roaming the street.  They feel very loved and happy there.
Photos courtesy of ©Chunli Duan (flickr: chunli-duan).
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Welcome sign in the bookstore
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There are many cat trees in the store for the cats to climb and hang out
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Every corner of the store, there is a cat bed for the kitties to nap in
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Two of the many cat residents there.
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cute bookstore cat sleeps in basket
Nap time!
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The owners of the bookstore put up a photo of each cat they adopted from the street and created a little gallery in the store.
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The bookstore is decorated with all kinds of cat ornaments

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