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An Adorable Cat Possessive Of Her Toy

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Published on Jun 7, 2012

[Edit: July 2012] Any proceeds from the ads will be used to help fund the small amateur documentary I am making for Kagonyan, a cat café which doubles as a cat shelter as well as a place to adopt cats within a society where cat breeds are important and strays are high. We will talk about pet shops in Japan, their prices, what usually happens to the unwanted puppies/kittens/animals when they are too old and no longer "cute" to be sold. We we talk about what Kagonyan stands for, why he started the cat café, what problems he faces and what the owner thinks about the new law being passed in Tokyo for pet shops will inadvertently affect cat cafés, and more.

It will be an amateur short documentary, but one I feel would be interesting. :) If you support the idea, click like and share the video with your friends. Junior loves attention!

This is Junior who lives at one of the local cat cafes here in Kumamoto. She loves that toy A LOT. Before I grabbed it, she was running around with it. Sometimes you can even lift her up by picking up the toy.

Junior is a kitten located at one of the local cat cafe/shelters in Kumamoto called Kagonyan. They take in stray kittens or cats in attempt to help them find homes. In Japan having a pure bred cat seems to be pretty "fashionable" at the moment and people are willing to spend $1,000+ on American shorthair cats or maine coon cats from pet shops that keep their animals locked up in small cages without any human interaction until someone decides to buy. At least at the local pet shops in Kumamoto, I see animals who already have infections in their eyes and chest because they are not well taken care of--and some even end up eating their own feces. Seeing a shelter like Kagonyan, where they promote cat adoption is heartwarming.

Kagonyan website: http://www.kagonyan.com/

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