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Cats from Tokyo {Japan}

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"If you walk along the line of the train from Yamanote to Ikebukuro, following the construction fences, you'll arrive at the small temple of Ikebukuro. It is the mark of a dozen cats. Both passers-by and regulars come here during their lunch break to feed or brush them."

Text and photos: Neko Land: une vie de chat au Japon by Alexandre Bonnefoy and Delphine Vaufrey

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21 comments:

  1. That's nice that these street cats get taken care of by all who go there,xx Rachel and Speedy

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  2. Oh, they are adorable!
    Such beautiful kitties!
    Hugs and kisses, sweetheart!

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  3. Such cute kitties. I hope they always get food and care.

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  4. I feel so sorry for the one with the damaged eye. I hope he and his friends always find a friend.
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/04/worlds-best-meatloaf-recipe-wordful.html

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  5. They all look pretty healthy. Beautiful kitties, and lovely pictures!

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  6. I love the cats .
    I have five cats - one is a stray/feral male tom. I haven't the heart to take him to the pound. PS we live on a large farm property so he is not a neighbour.

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  7. Very cool! My husband was in Japan and told me about the cat population. I love how much a part of the culture they are.
    :-)
    Traci

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  8. So happy these street cats are well looked after with food and some attention.....

    Pam and Sam

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  9. I love all things Japanese and that includes the cats there. Some Japanese breeds are absolutely beautiful. My favourite cat fact about Japan is that most homes are too small for a cat, which is why they have cat cafes and you can go and play with a cat there. That's why I'm also not so fond of the idea of them outside of Japan. There's not too much need for them in some places.

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  10. There sure is a lot of cats. We're glad to hear the humans take care of them.

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  11. It seems Tokyo is swarming with beautiful cats. Won't you please come share your photos at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/04/worlds-best-meatloaf-recipe-wordful.html? I'd love to have you join us each week!

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  12. AWWWWWW puss!!! I love a good cat pic.

    Lennae xxx
    www.lennaesworld.com

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  13. Gorgeous cats! So happy they are being taken care of!

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  14. The kitties look relaxed and well fed.

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  15. Je suis allée voir le livre d'où sont extraites les photos de ce billet... et je suis bien tentée par ce livre !

    Bonne journée du premier mai.

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  16. Je n'ose pas demander l'accès à votre film, car je suppose qu'il doit être en anglais ... dommage pour moi ...
    Bonne journée !

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  17. Moi aussi, je suis bien tentée de lire le livre après avoir vue ces photos et lu ce billet. Bon dimanche, Vanessa.

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  18. Cats ARE So Cute. around the World all Cats are so cute . Thank gods for taking care of these by Someone. Hats off.Check Out My Online Store for Cat Lovers.

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  19. Wow, they look like healthy, happy cats. A bit spoilt too :)

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