By Benjamin Snyder / Fortune
September 4, 2015

Google’s most popular mapping features is now available for everyone’s favorite furry felines. Hiroshima’s tourism board reportedly created a Street View mapping application that’s positioned at the height of a cat, as reported by Vox and the Wall Street Journal.

The feature currently works for the city of Onimochi, allowing users to see the world through a cat’s eyes and explore restaurants and shops in the area.

“We were seeking to introduce a different way to look at our cities and offer a view of the streets that wasn’t available before,” a Hiroshima tourism official said in an interview with the Journal.

Per the publication:

You can play with the map here.

In other mapping news, check out Google’s new standalone Street View app.

This article originally appeared on Fortune.com

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