The cash will go to about 50 cats that dwell within the basement of the State Hermitage Museum in Russia. Cats have been residing within the museum because the 1700s.
DAVID GREENE, HOST:
Good morning. I am David Greene. A bunch of cats residing in a museum basement are actually fortunate. A French philanthropist made them the beneficiaries for a small sum of cash in his will. I imply, certain, philanthropists are recognized for giving cash to museums however to museum cats? These are particular cats, I assume. Fifty of them dwell within the basement of the Hermitage Museum in Russia. Cats have been residing there because the 1700s, they usually’ve lengthy been deemed the guardians of the artwork galleries. It is MORNING EDITION.
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