Animals Lebanon hosted a Cat Yoga session Saturday. (The Daily Star/Animals Lebanon, HO)
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Guillaume the cat didn't look impressed at the sight of a room full of yoga students stretching for almost an hour, but still struggled to place their leg behind their heads.Rather than a rouge onlooker, Guillaume was taking part in a "cat yoga" session, organized by the local pet welfare group Animals Lebanon Saturday.The instructor led eight women who played with -- and took inspiration from -- the six cats that showed off their flexibility and appeared to silently judge the performances in front of them. Megan, one participant in the class, has been living in Lebanon for almost two years and is currently fostering a cat from Animals Lebanon.As the women filed out of Animals Lebanon's office, they agreed that they would enjoy taking another yoga lesson accompanied by cats.
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