I’m working on another post, but with that comes procrastination, and with that, comes Japanese cat videos. I can’t take credit for this one, though. Viet found this one, then commented about it on Erin’s photo blog, and then Erin showed it to me. This is 100% pure fat Japanese cat gold, though. There are a ton of videos, which I’m about to relay here (some of these don’t allow me to embed, so you’ll have to click through to see them).
Now, even though this cat is sitting on its butt and looks like a grumpy, fat, drunk, old Japanese dude, it’s actually only 5.4kg (just under 12 pounds), which isn’t that heavy. This cat consists of a lot of fur, aparently, as you’ll see in the next video. It’s the shampoo diet!
Dang, this cat looks really sad. What amazes me about this cat is that it puts up with everything. And when I say everything, I really mean everything.
The can’ts name is shiro-buu (白ブー), where 白 means white, and ブー is probably referring to its weight (that’s kind of a guess, let me know if I’m wrong!). Let’s see what else Shiro-buu tolerates.
Not only is Shiro-buu wearing bunny ears, but that’s a little pink wig underneith. Makes me want to get a cat and dress it up, though I imagine most cats aren’t as patient. I guess this cat does have the good life sometimes…
Here we see Shiro-buu underneath the kotatsu (a low table with a futon, and a heat source underneath). That’s a smart (and very warm cat). When he’s not lazing about, he’s sitting about, getting fed by humans.
Or hanging out inside of boxes… I don’t imagine he could get out of that thing on his own…
And, luckily it does get some exercise, sometimes, though it is attached to a leash.
So, there you have it. The product of procrastination. You’ll never see a better cat post here, at least not anytime soon. Back to work for me! If you fancy this post, please give it a tweet or stumble! This cat is oh so stumbly. Here’s the rest of the videos. High quality regularly updated cat goodness.