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Jan 17, 2023

[Answer] What country has appointed cats as train station masters?

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...1. New Zealand 2. France 3. Japan 4. Ukraine

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Japan - In the late 1990s, a calico kitten named Tama began hanging out near Kishi Station, the last stop on the Kishigawa railway line in Japan’s Wakayama prefecture. Passengers loved her sweet personality, cute face, and deep purrs, and when the line was shuttered in 2006 amid low ridership and financial problems, she helped revive it. Attired in a fetching cap, Tama posed for media appearances as the official station master, drawing thousands of new riders and tourists. In return for her work, the new owners of the railway paid her a salary in cat food. As Tama’s popularity grew, she was promoted to “super station manager” and knighted by the prefecture’s governor in 2008. Trains on the Kishigawa line were also redesigned in a calico cat theme, complete with cartoon images, whiskers, and cat ears on the front. Though Tama has gone to cat heaven, her feline former assistants have taken her place, and cats — as well as other animals — now serve as station masters elsewhere in Japan too.:

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