Some of you guys might have bumped into Tofugu.Com, where four young men, who love to write about things in Japan, share their own way of tofugu style. They also provide TextFugu, a Japanese textbook for self-learners, both, free lesson and payable version.
Ok, enough about them. I was actually googl-ing about Cat Island a.k.a Tashirojima in Japan. It started when hubby posted an entry about it before, but I keep on telling myself, never once, to peep on this island images. I wanted to be surprise when I am there.
“Aku insan yang lemah.
Hanya mampu berserah.”
Like how Rohana Jalil said in her famed song.
The curiosity to know how many cats are there in the island, “keterujaan” nak tau size dan warna bulu kucing-kucing tu, I’m pretty sure I can’t handle it anymore. So I came into this and this post where it tells you the whole story, photographically.
Here are some facts about this island.
- The only way to get here is via ferry ride.
- This island inhabited by more cats than people.
- Approximately 100 residents live in this island, between 60-70 years of age.
- Some buildings are built in shape of cat.
- This island survived from quake and Tsunami.
- Dogs are totally prohibited in this island.
Big, fat, and healthy. For cat lovers, it’s heaven. For Na? I’m pretty sure she’ll run for her life if she sees more than 10 cats approaching and encircling her. Hahaha!
For me, I can’t wait to cuddle them, hug them, gesel muka kat perut diorang! Eii little cutie cutie cutie cutie cutie cutie kitty! Geramnyer!
Credit to Amusingplanet.Com, Animalzone.Com, and Tofugu.Com for pictures.