Benevolent teachings occurred near the phenomenal geological formation known as Uluru, or Ayer's Rock, a massive sandstone outcropping sacred to the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara, the Aboriginal people of the area.
Great Leader called for open world dialogue and greater understanding among the creatures of the Earth, but did promise swift and vicious bitings to those who would undermine inalienable feline freedom.
Great Leader then walked the sands of Clifton Beach in Australia, privately mulling over brilliant ideas and composing over 13 love sonnets in his head, which were then quickly transcribed by servants and distributed to over 5 billion rapturous followers across to the world to read, far eclipsing the mediocre success of J.K. Rowling.
A contemplative C. Meow avoiding stinging jellies and composing great literature in his head, Clifton Beach, Australia
Finally, Chairman Meow brought his growing entourage to the World Class city of Sydney, where he attended a performance at the Sydney Opera House, distributing free cans of tuna to loyalists in the audience, of which there were many.
Outside city limits, and atop downtown Sydney, Australia
From his view atop the city looking out onto the famous Sydney Harbor Bridge, Chairman Meow couldn't help feeling a certain pride in his refusal to sell out to corporate greed. Great Leader wears only a revolutionary cap upon his head, and often goes without other clothing. He lives a simple of life of meditation, peace, and tireless work uplifting the kitties of the world to a place where they are properly obeyed by their human servants.