These 12 Cats Of Christmas All Stand For A Human Right – But Which Is Which?
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These 12 Cats Of Christmas All Stand For A Human Right – But Which Is Which?

By Jem Collins, Interim Editor 25 Dec 2020
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It’s Christmas day. You’ve eaten dinner, it’s 4pm (and you got woke up at 6am, which is a long time ago), and you might have had a bit too much family time.

Your best option now is to retreat to your room for a catnap and do our festive quiz, tbqh. It’s not just any old quiz either, we don’t do anything by halves.

We found some of the best cats of Christmas (12 to be precise), and asked them what their favourite human right was. And they had some pretty good answers.

So you get what everyone has always dreamed of at Christmas. Cats and human rights. Who said we’re not good to you.

Featured Image: Molly, (whose shot was taken by her human Rebecca Lawrence), Ginger (who was snapped by Natasha Holcroft-Emmess), and Minx (who lives with Hayley Chapman).

About The Author

Jem Collins Interim Editor

Jem is the interim editor at EachOther. She previously worked as EachOther's News and Social Media Editor and later our Strategy and Impact Director before we rebranded from our previous name (RightsInfo). She is also passionate about helping young people into the media and runs Journo Resources, a start-up which helps young people into the media, as well as serving as a trustee of the Student Publication Association. She is also one of the co-founders of The Second Source, a group to help end harassment in the media. Email Jem

Jem is the interim editor at EachOther. She previously worked as EachOther's News and Social Media Editor and later our Strategy and Impact Director before we rebranded from our previous name (RightsInfo). She is also passionate about helping young people into the media and runs Journo Resources, a start-up which helps young people into the media, as well as serving as a trustee of the Student Publication Association. She is also one of the co-founders of The Second Source, a group to help end harassment in the media. Email Jem