Many Cats is a philosophical proposition which postulates that ‘many cats’ is always, and infinitely, better than ‘no cats’ or even ‘few cats’. This theory was founded by Edwin Van Heldeger, a traveler from Germany, in 1321 as he created ‘Cat Island’; an island off the coast of Italy (now known as ‘Sicily’).
As he helped the population of Cat Island grow, Van Heldeger noticed that Many Cats was the ideal state of being.
Ancient photograph of Cat Island:
Van Heldeger died on this day in 1348, surrounded by Many Cats.