Cats have been worshiped in Egypt, are considered lucky in many Asian cultures, and are beloved by Western culture! These museums, circus acts and theme parks around the world dedicated to cats make for great destinations to visit for all the cat lovers out there.
The Kattenstoet (Festival of the Cats) in Ypres, Belgium is held every three years on the second Sunday of May. The next one is scheduled for 2015.
Tokyo has more then 100 "Neko" or Cat Cafes where people can come drink coffee and socialize with numerous cats lounging around.
Kuching Cat Museum in Sarawak, Malaysia is home to many interesting exhibitions, artifacts, and artworks dedicated to cats. It also features a 1,000-year-old mummified Egyptian kitty.
Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West, Florida is home to around 50 cats who have all descended from the original Maine Coon, Snowball, given to Hemingway by the captain of the ship that brought the breed.
The Supreme Cat Show in Birmingham, UK holds the largest cat show in the world each November at the National Exhibition Centre.
Moscow Cats Theater. This Russian theater was founded by Yuri Kuklachev and his son Dmitri in 1990. Yuri still performs there with a team of around 120 cats. It's a spectacular show!