You might love Mickey and Minnie Mouse, but Disneyland has a strict no-mice policy, which transforms the park into a brutal grubbing feast each night.
During daytime more than 200 cats are hidden in a total of five stations tucked inside the Disneyland’s 85 acres of land. When nightfall comes these feral fur balls are being released in order to hunt. What are they hunting? The population of mice running around the park. That’s right, Disneyland has a full army of cats turning the park into a hunting ground at night. Back in 1955 the park’s officials regarded this matter as simply “employing” helping hands – or more likely paws, which help them keep the rodent population away even in present days.
However, you shouldn’t worry about the cats – they are fully neutered, regularly vaccinated and sprayed as well as properly fed.