Enter the Meowseum in Penang, where art and cats make the purr-fect pairing


A paper diorama from Yuko Higuchi from Japan. This illustrator creates surreal worlds in which anthropomorphic cats live in. Photo: Meowseum Penang

If animals could speak, the dog would be a blundering outspoken fellow; but the cat would have the rare grace of never saying a word too much, wrote Mark Twain.

This quote is one of several hanging in an old, heritage shophouse in Lebuh Melayu at the heart of George Town, Penang, where a long love affair with felines has culminated into Meowseum, a centre for everything and anything related to cats.

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