Cat Travel: Cats of Nagasaki – 長崎市 Part 1

Hi everyone,

As some of you know we have been on a holiday to Japan not too long ago. Well actually a few months back now but oh well 😮

We finally got around to sorting through all of our holiday photos and will be posting a selection of photos and where we have been to take them over the next few weeks!

The photos in this selection were taken across Nagasaki the largest city on the island of Kyushu.

On our way to one of the sight seeing spots we came across these little cats.

Wondering why they are so determined walking somewhere?

And are now sitting next to each other? As if waiting for something? Well what you can’t see is that they are waiting in front of a bench and are hoping for some food from one of the locals!

Luckily for the cats a lot of Japanese people are feeding the stray cat population – wish we could have taken them all home but I think Oli may have got upset. 😉

This little friend was a bit shy! He greeted us when we first arrived in Nagasaki at the station. 🙂

Hope you enjoyed the photos of the first part of the Nagasaki photo collection and more are to follow soon!

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Thanks,

Marc

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42 thoughts on “Cat Travel: Cats of Nagasaki – 長崎市 Part 1

  1. Ahh i love cats. Ive been to japan but didn’t see any, must of been in the wrong part. I to would want to take them all home and give them a nice bed to sleep in x

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