There is a corner in Valencia that few people know and visit it more than curious whether you’re in town to visit or live in it. This is the house cats.
It is located in the Barrio del Carmen, at number 9, Museum Street. The home features a three-story facade and a terraced courtyard. Everything is perfectly detailed: the door, steps, windows, roof … until the sign “Fire Insured”. But the funny thing is a fountain in the front on which there is a ceramic panel with a Valencian legend says: “In memory of the four cats that lived in the Barrio del Carmen in 1094. They were never heard a meow higher than another. “
By the front door and out comfortably cats who apparently live in the adjacent lot. This little work of art is thus nothing but a cat flap, but it certainly puts a new note of color and curiosity in a neighborhood that does not just them.