Miami unveils controversial pet sculpture park that cost city nearly $1M
A Florida politician unveiled this controversial pet project dedicated to man’s best friend Friday — and taxpayers are footing the nearly $1 million bill.
The Dogs and Cats Walkway and Sculpture Gardens — which features 52 oversized aluminum sculptures of furry friends — was spearheaded by Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo, Bayfront Park announced.
The permanent exhibit in Downtown Miami’s Ferré Park includes 26 dogs and 26 cats all painted by local artists “intended to portray the special role pets play in our lives,” the group said.……
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