How do you teach New Yorkers good manners? You obviously don’t confront them or challenge them face to face. Instead, you can do what the city did back in the 1940s and create Etti-Cat, a feline with good manners and advice to share with others.

During the 1940s, New York posted pictures of Etti-Cat on the subway walls to encourage people to be more courteous to each other. You can see how effective that was when New York stopped using Etti-Cat to influence city dwellers with good manners. If a cat has better manners than you, then chances are you’re not as high up the food chain as you might want to believe.

To read more about Etti-Cat and learning good manners, click here.

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