If something weird is captured on Google Street View, person on the internet is bound to find it. Bonus spots if it’s a cute animal.
That’s because, while there are plenty of spooky and dopey times well documented in the various lists we’ve created, Google is always revising Street View for accuracy. Due to the constant flow of revised portraits, every so often the internet will detect a brand-new little Easter egg in the Google Street View nature.
This time, it’s an adorable close-up of a “cat-o-nine-tail”.
It seems as if Redditor u/ Belocity first discovered two cats — including the one with the perfect idiom, above — hanging out on a ridge near some Roman ruins.
The site is actually a feline temple at the Largo di Torre Argentina in Rome, so it’s no amaze that there would be felines there. Nonetheless, the photo, which was taken by Roundel Arts Photographyin April of 2017, is an up-close shot within the sanctuary. And it’s clearly not what you’d commonly expect from Google Maps.
Alas, it appears as if the photo has already been revised to this less entertaining, cat-less view.
But don’t worry, the first photo is still intact in Google Maps’ archive. Sounding on its own history tab in the top left brings you to the photo from April, which shows the cats.
Please, friends, give this good “cat-o-nine-tail” a stay. At the least, say hello on Google Maps. And if you find yourself in Rome, make sure you stop by to say hello to the many adorable felines that call this location dwelling.
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