Green eyes look gorgeous on a golden tan.
…maybe she’s right and blue is much more of a Spring shade.
Darth Vader – cat version. Just took a shower and run away without the complimentary dry.
ña ña ña ña ñaaaa… She likes me best!
えええええ!! What’s that?
Andreas in town!
…you’d better stay away from my girl…
…or I’ll come!!
Me he quedao con tu cara!
y ahora, a momil.
Fact is, japanese people love cats. However, it ain’t easy to have one home. Usually, flats are way too small, people work too much and the landlord, doesn’t even allow that. Hence, the cat café culture kicks in. For some reason, Ikebukuro seems to be filled with these places.
There’s one scary pet zoo which I would not recommend you to visit and a couple other cafés which are nicer, one is bigger and equipped with lots of manga books that you can read while comfortably sitting in a couch. So it’s more about the living room thing than the cats themselves. Another, pictured in this post, is smaller but offers a lot more cats/person, free coffee and a Wii to play in the meanwhile. For me, it would’ve been fine with these furry balls.
I wonder how can I still find them so amazing to watch & relaxing to touch. Probably, it’s the mere consequence of spending 15 years of my childhood with Mochin. Either way. Take a Yamanote and have a look. It won’t disappoint you, for sure.
No hay nada como estar rodeado de gatitos, relajantes y encantadores, son el mejor compañero del japonés medio. El problema viene cuando te mudas a la ciudad, vives en un piso minúsculo y ni tan siquiera tienes permiso, como inquilino, a tener mascota. De ahí viene la cultura del café gatito (猫) donde por unos 1000YEN tienes barra libre de café, libros de manga, Wii y las caricias de estas adorables bolas de pelo. La perfecta manera de pasar un Sábado lluvioso.