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Il 17 febbraio 2011 sarà celebrata la “Giornata Mondiale del Gatto” (Cat Pride), una giornata che vede, in diverse parti del mondo, manifestazioni in onore del felino domestico da parte dei suoi ammiratori.

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La scelta della data non è casuale: il mese di febbraio è il mese del segno zodiacale dell’Acquario,considerato il segno degli spiriti liberi, il giorno 17 è stato scelto per sfatare tutti i miti che hanno accompagnato la storia di questo felino.

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