Earlier today, we did bring you word that Google’s Street View has now launched as a standalone app – which would work great for travelers and backpackers alike, although it is not going to come in handy when you are right smack in the middle of the jungle without any kind of signal to begin with. Cats have dominated the Internet for long enough, and here we are with a unique play on Street View, where it is known as Cat Street View, and as its name suggests, you can tour a town in Japan’s Hiroshima prefecture.

In Cat Street View, you will be able to check out all of the hidden nooks and crannies that the town’s feline inhabitants frequent. The map itself will boast of being the first of its kind, as viewers are able to see through the eyes of a cat. This is an effort that is in its infancy, since it will cover only a couple of streets of the port city of Onomichi, although in due time, the developers claim that the areas of coverage will be expanded.

Pretty cute idea, don’t you think so? It is certainly an imaginative take, and we are wondering whether there will be such a thing as a Dog Street View in the future.

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