An Israeli animal rights advocate and kitten lover creates “Neve Fritsky,” a fictional city that runs by cats and for cats.
Bucharest, Romania, 9th October 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, Yair Zilberman, father of 6 cheeky cats, recently took his promotion of animal rights to a new level when the kitten lover submitted the website ‘Neve Fritsky Municipality’ to a big SEO competition in Israel. The competition asks each of the participants to create a new website for Neve Fritsky – a fictional town that does not exist.
There is something entertaining about this website, but it seems that Yair is taking his project very seriously and not just because of the SEO contest prize which is around $4200. It appears that this newly created platform serves Yair as a way to spread the love for cats all across the country and convey a sense of responsibility and urgency to take action for the sake of our fellow cats and their right to live with dignity and in good health. A more specific goal that Yair’s website is trying to promote is the adoption of unlucky and homeless kittens.
Millions of animals in different parts of the world have been left homeless and without proper care for various reasons. The situation is no different for cats, especially in Israel, where awareness of cat rights is very poor. Several initiatives have been created in order to save cats life. However, more needs to be done in this regard as there seems to be no end to the suffering of stray cats, and this is where Yair aims to make a difference with Neve Fritsky Town Hall, as he seeks to encourage more people to adopt cats and save them from a life of suffering and pain on the streets.
The hypothetical city created by Yair Zilberman has a cat as the mayor with 500 citizens – all cats. Yair’s approach is unique, offering a blend of humour and informative aspects to address a topical issue in Israel and other parts of the world. In addition to the chances of winning the $4,200 prize money channelling into animal rights advocacy, the website also draws media attention to the subject. Neve Fritsky City Hall describes the city’s history, with videos of the mayor demonstrating how a house cat should behave, how to maintain a balanced life, and above all, his fitness.
For further information about Neve Fritsky City Hall and to support his cat rights advocacy as the competition ends on October 11, 9:00 Israel time, visit – https://mycity.org.il/.
The city’s anthem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9rnh1ZzLSk
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