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Cats of Cyprus ‘bored’ during coronavirus lockdown

Accustomed to living on the remains of restaurants and roadside stalls, around fifty stray cats are seen yawning and stretching under the rays of the spring sun of the island of Cyprus, in the almost deserted streets due to the measures taken in mid-March to stem the Covid-19 epidemic.

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