They’re companions in our daily lives, but how much do we really know when it comes to cats and dogs?
That’s the premise behind a brand new exhibit at Science World, which kicks off on Sunday, September 22, and runs until January 5, 2020.
Presented by White Spot, and created by La Cité des sciences et de l’industrie, in partnership with Le Musée de la civilization, the Cats & Dogs exhibition is the first “large-scale” exhibition dedicated to these animals, according to officials.
Produced by Imagine Exhibitions, the exhibition “reviews everything we know scientifically, sociologically and culturally about both canines and felines,” they add.
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Visitors will learn about the cognitive and sensory world of cats and dogs, in what’s described as an “immersive environment” that is meant to show people how their pets have a “completely different perception” of the world around them.
When: September 22, 2019, to January 5, 2020
Where: TELUS World of Science – 1455 Quebec St, Vancouver
Tickets: Available online