Mogs need a break too, but do they fly Cat-hay Pacific?

On several occasions during the past two years (maybe more), I’ve found myself in the baggage hall in the North Terminal, at London Gatwick Airport, waiting for my luggage.

On each occasion, I’ve been trans-fixed by what appears to be six trays of cat litter wel-coming visitors from all over the world. The trays are neatly set in the centre of each carousel (see photograph).

Can this unusual installation be part of YRM’s original vision for Gatwick all those years ago? I’m perplexed.

Nigel James Mac-Fall, Chairman, Red Studio, London W4

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