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    On September 10, the first ever train, which combines traveling, feline companions and food, was presented in Gifu and Mie Prefectures, Japan. About 30 rescue stray cats and kittens roamed freely on a moving train, where some passengers mingled with the “kawaii” kitties while others enjoyed lunch boxes and tea.

    The cat cafe train was a collaboration between a local train operator, Yoro Railway Co Ltd., and an NGO, called Kitten Cafe Sanctuary, which aims to promote stray cat adoption.

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