LET HIM IN! LET HIM IN! This museum is REFUSING entry to a pair of beautiful cats
I will not stand for this brazen miscarriage of justice
by Nian Hu
We live in an imperfect world. It is plagued with acts of injustice, discrimination, and violence. The ubiquity of evil, however, does not necessarily negate the gravity of these crimes. And it is my sworn duty as a journalist to shed light on the abuse of power that runs so rampant in our society.
It has come to my attention that a certain art museum in Japan is refusing entry to a pair of cats. Every day, these dignified beasts make an arduous trek to the museum, seeking cultural enrichment and spiritual fulfillment — only to be unceremoniously turned away at the door, time and time again.
— Rajiv (@jiffington) November 13, 2018
Let us not mince words. There is absolutely no legitimate reason for these noble creatures to be denied entry to this renowned institution. The Onomichi City Museum of Art was ostensibly erected for the purpose of disseminating knowledge of the arts to the masses. Therefore, in denying entry to these two Japanese citizens and taxpayers, the museum is doing a great disservice to its purported mission statement.
Observe the defeated stance of this ginger feline as it gazes forlornly through the glass, unable to join its obsidian peers inside the museum. Will you stand for this injustice? Or will you speak up for what's right?
— 弁護士とらこ (@ttorakotorako) November 1, 2018
We have contacted the Onomichi City Museum of Art to demand an explanation for their actions, and we will update this story as it progresses.