Join me in Parque John F. Kennedy in Lima Peru, affectionately known as CAT PARK! Located in the heart of Miraflores District, Parque Kennedy is home to hundreds of the most loved stray cats I’ve ever met. Local residents take care of these cats as a community with food, water, and a whole lot of love. You can also watch and share this video on Facebook and YouTube.
I discovered Cat Park last year when I first spent time in Lima, but I didn’t get the chance to make a video. So when I had the opportunity to return to Lima last week, I brought my camera down to Parque Kennedy and spent an afternoon filming cats for your enjoyment. (Okay, for my enjoyment too!)
As many of you know, I love cats! In the video I mention a book that I co-authored a few years ago called Crazy Cat Owner which is a book that showcases the hilarious characteristics of cat owners who take “pet parenthood” to a new level. It’s part of our Funterventions series. (We’ve got a Crazy Dog Owner book too.)
Check out Parque Kennedy next time you’re in Lima Peru. It’s not quite Aoshima, Japan (aka: Cat Island), but there are certainly enough cats in this park to satisfy any cat lover. Although I definitely plan on checking out Cat Island when I’m in Japan.
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Watch some of my other videos from Peru:
Machu Picchu: Is It Worth It? – People come from all over the world, spend thousands of dollars, travel for days, and wait in line, just to see this amazing wonder of the world. But is Machu Picchu worth it? Find out what tourists had to say in this video.
Alpacas Love Selfies – but they’re so much more than selfie loving Instagrammable photo opps. High up in the Andes Mountains of Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Chile, alpacas are bred for their super soft fiber and their delicious meat.
This Beach Rocks! – White sand beaches are overrated. They don’t rock like this beach. Welcome to La Punta Callao, a small Beach on the northern side of Lima Peru where you can trade your bare feet for sneakers and soft white sand for pebbles and rocks.
Peru Did It First – A video showcasing a few examples of when Peru has been more progressive than USA and the rest of the world.
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