So There's A Tiny Island In Japan, And You're Really Gonna Want To See What's There...Trust Me.
By Sara Reyes
NOVEMBER 16, 2013
A Japanese photographer named Fubirai spent 5 years photographing and documenting the lives of semi-feral cats who live off the coast of Fukuoka, Japan. This island has been called Cat Heaven Island by many. One look at the photographs and life there, and you'll see exactly why.
Behold. A cat lover's paradise.
The local fishermen are known to feed the cats on Cat Heaven Island.
They're free to jump around...
...and even pose for the camera.
They start families here and care for their young.
Their adorable young.
It's actually quite romantic.
Of course they need to eat, so there's a lot of begging.
They play just like domesticated kitties.
They have no problem with humans.
Except maybe this gang.
Some of them are a bit crazy.
Some are even stuntcats.
They can be so adorable.
But they really don't have any boundaries though.
Seriously, no boundaries.
But that's okay.
Because this is their land.
And they don't mind sharing it.
I look for this island to slowly expand with these cats ultimately overtaking the entire world, methodically and effectively. You heard it here first.Until then, share Cat Heaven Island with others. You have to admit, it's pretty awesome.