- Jan 16, 2011
Each night at Disneyland after all the guests leave, the park fills up again with feral cats. There are approximately 200 cats that help control the mouse population at the park.
The first cats started to show up at Disneyland shortly after it opened in 1955, and rather than spend time chasing them away, park officials decided to put the cats to work.
When they're not patrolling the grounds, these cats spend their days lounging at one of the park's five permanent feeding stations. Disney also goes to great lengths to manage its feline population. Wranglers at the park work to spay and neuter adult cats, and any time kittens are found, they're put up for adoption.
Here are Myshka’s hidden Mickey Mouse ears...lol.