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A cat hammocking with its back to the sun has become the latest tourist attraction to get its own catwalk, with the creation of a new park in the Old City of Jerusalem.
The park is in partnership with the Jerusalem Zoo, and will feature a full-sized catwalk that is accessible to tourists with a cat in tow.
It will also feature a cat café and play area.
The new park, called Kabbalah, will feature six cat cafés and four play areas, and the idea was conceived by the Jerusalem Zoological Society and the Jewish Museum.
The idea was born out of the need to expand the zoo and the public’s ability to visit the zoo, said Jibril Dzouki, a director of the zoo.
The new park will be an extension of the existing one, but with new elements added.
The zoo has long been a popular tourist destination in Jerusalem, and Kabbah is one of the largest cat cafes in the world, with up to a thousand visitors.
It is a popular attraction for children, with youngsters often spending an hour in the park with their cat, according to the zoo’s website.
The name “Kabbalatah” refers to the moon that is hidden within a cat, and a kabbalistic interpretation of the word kabbala.
The word kabalah is translated as “cat’s eye,” and the park will have an open cat eye.
Visitors can look at the cat from all angles, with a variety of different activities.
The cat café is also set to be a new attraction, with two outdoor areas that can accommodate up to six visitors, with seating for about 300.
The cafe will also have a cat cafe.
A special cat cafe is set to open at the park on Monday, with visitors able to watch a cat perform.
“We are very excited to launch the Kabbala Cat Café, a new destination in the heart of the Old Town,” Dzouni said.
“Kabbah has been a unique and special part of Jerusalem since the city’s establishment.
The zoo has been transformed by the cat’s gaze and its presence, and now we are thrilled to add a new facet to the cityscape.”