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These Museum Posters for the Museum of Natural History Advertise 'Cat Fest'

Rather than going the conventional route for advertising 'Cat Fest,' the Museum of Natural History decided to put up a fun series of museum posters to appeal to cats and cat lovers alike.

Cat Fest is an event that happened on International Cat Day and showcased a variety of different breeds and supported the Canadian premiere of 'Wild About Hank,' a short documentary film about one cat's race for a Senate seat.

To get the word out about the event in a fun way, the Museum of Natural History created cat scratch posters and left them not at eye level, but at a height that neighborhood cats could actually reach and utilize, effectively bringing some life to the unusual museum posters.