Cat Lovers Transform Monopoly Cat Lovers Transform Monopoly
Cat Lovers Transform Monopoly

Cat Lovers Transform Monopoly

Cat Lovers Transform Monopoly

by Steve Eastman, Faith Issues

Monopoly fans have been playing with the same game pieces for years.  You know — the battleship, boot, car, dog, hat, iron, thimble and wheelbarrow.  

Here's a special announcement — 2013 will go down in the long and honored history of the game as the year of the cat.  That's right.  The iron is getting the boot in favor of the feline counterpart of the other pet in the collection, the Scottie dog.

Think of it as democracy in action — the result of a month-long "Save Your Token Contest." Players from 120 countries cast their votes.

Monopoly became commercially available in 1934 but is based an earlier game created in 1903 by Lizzie Phillips in an attempt to explain the single tax theory of Henry George.   And you thought it was just a way to have fun with friends and family.

A new version of Monopoly comes out in the fall, so if don't happen to be a cat lover, you still have time to stock up on irons.

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