If you visit the City of York, don't forget to look up, and you might spot some of the statues of cats have been placed on buildings in York for around two Centuries.
The original cat statues were placed on buildings to frighten away rats and mice which can carry plague and illness. They were also thought to ward off wandering evil spirits and certainly attract attention to some of the shops and pubs the reside on!
There are aroun 16 of these statues with catitude in York, though I only had room for a few, and their trail around that fare City.
This vintage map measures 445mm by 860mm, and the images above show the piece in detail and as a whole. Left for you to decide how much map, or size of picture you would like when framed.
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