You’ve might have seen the super lucky cat in restaurants and shops. But did you know the cat has its own temple in Tokyo?
We’re entering the next phase of cat cafes. It’s fancy.
This is Koyuki. She is a 9 years-old, a Scottish Fold, and never looks like a happy camper.
Mobile games should all implement Neko Atsume’s criteria: full of adorable cats you can buy toys for—for their entertainment and yours. But just like real life, not all things can be purrfect. Not even my new-found furry mobile friends. That’s why ranking all 53 of them—from worst to best—seems a logical thing to do.
During crowded train rides and shows that require just half of my attention, I play games on my phone. Some condescendingly refer to this as “casual gaming,” but some mobile titles can be just as exciting as a chain reaction of explosions in a big-budget console game like Just Cause 3. Neko Atsume, a Japanese game…
If you own a cat, you probably know this: the back of their heads smells so damn good. One Japanese company researched that scent, recreated it, and is now bottling and selling it.
It’s fall. It’s cold and wet. Maybe you don’t want to go outside. Maybe you don’t want to get properly dressed. Maybe you have a cat.
The Summoner class in Blade & Soul, NCsoft’s latest massively multiplayer Korean import, get to choose a feline companion to fight by their side for the rest of their days. There are other classes to play in the current closed beta, but they are not important.
This enormous fake cat might look creepy, but let’s not be so quick to judge. There’s a gentle soul under that nightmare fuel.
Got a cat? What about a keyboard? Then, you know that those fuzzy friends love to sit on them when you’re typing. Let’s stop that.
We’ve seen cats and dogs getting along together just fine. But cats and owls? Welcome to the world of Hukulou Coffee.
Look, I like cats. I grew up with them. I own one. I’ll chase them down on the street to try and pet them. But just because I have a cat, that does not make me a cat lady.
On today’s Highlight Reel we have flying zombies in Dying Light, flying cats in GTA V, nude Trevor and much more!
Live in Japan? Got plans for this weekend? You know, you can always put on this large, unsettling cat head.
A new billboard went up in Tokyo's Shibuya Station. It's of a giant black cat. It seems you can pet the giant cat. That, or stick your fingers in its nose. All your fingers.
Yes, before there was the internet, there were cats.
Surely you can see the similarity to Attack on Titan.
A handful of feline friends go head-to-head with a remote-controlled robot. Who will come out on top? Because there can only be one winner: Us.
People are so superficial. That's why one dating show contestant in China decided to hide her real appearance and dress up like a cat woman. As one does.