Ban Lueam, Thailand â¢ Under the scorching sun, dozens of Thai villagers, dressed in flowery shirts and traditional costumes, parade a white cat caged in a bamboo-woven basket door-to-door and let neighbors splash water on the unlucky feline, while chanting an ancient tune: âRain, rain, come pouring down. We barely had any this year. Without rain, our rice will die.â
Itâs a desperate plea to the god of rain, in the belief it will hear the catâs cry and answer the farmersâ prayers.
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