Cats are the subject of the latest British Museum podcast. At one point up to 100 cats lived in the Museum. Perhaps one of the reasons they felt comfortable was an affinity to the Museum’s collection of ancient Egyptian objects, including many representations of cats.
Cats were revered in Egypt, and the goddess Bastet was often represented in cat form. Our soft toy Bastet the Cat is a perpetual best-seller, and is just one part of our extensive cat range.
At some point during the 1960s, there may have been as many as 100 cats living on the British Museum site. This is the story of how they eventually came to be on the Museum payroll, thanks in large part to a British Museum cleaner affectionately referred to as the 'Cat Man’.
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