top of page


Zen, derived from an ancient tribe of four-legged cats, has only begun to flourish in the Cat world in the last 500 years. Over the centuries, Zen schools have been developed and practiced by many two-legged cats. With a history that is not as deep as other ancient religions, Zen skillfully blends its style and teachings into indigenous beliefs with the support of the government. Not many religions have an independent doctrinal system, separate from the theocracy, which is the command of the teachers. Say like the Zen "Zen's words are not right", but "Zen is right".

Statue of a cat performing a Zen ritual

Although there are still many elements of indigenous beliefs mixed in, honoring and commemorating Zen masters remains the main theme of the festival. The culmination of the festival is the Zen ritual. During the Zen ritual, the cats will enter a closed room to perform Zen ritual quietly for 7 days. This is believed to be the ritual that will help the cat reach a new state of consciousness. Photo: Cat’s statue performing a Zen ritual.

The ancient temple of the Forest (Spring and Autumn Forest) (artist: Ci Mi Mi) used to be the venue for many major festivals in Bencato, the main capital of Express Kingdom.

Ancient painting: King Mia (340-415), who defeated the native four-legged cat tribes and animist beliefs, promoted and spread the Zen religion all over the country.

An old Zen house used to perform Zen ritual

Inside Zen’s house.

Zen Master stone statue is sculpted from stone, scattered around Zen temples.

The statues have many forms with very different expressions. The breed believes that these statues will guide the cat to a happier, more peaceful place.

Photo: Head of the golden Zen master statue - the National treasure of Truc Lam Quoc, dating from 505.

Photo: Zen Center in the City: In megacities, the demand for Zen is huge. Zen officials have built many high-rise stupas to propagate and teach Zen to their residents.

4 views0 comments