Japanese cat island has more cats than humans and it’s utterly amazing

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Everyone, quit your job, start packing your bags and prepping for a flight to Japan, stat.

Tashirojima, an island off the east coast of Japan, is completely and utterly overrun by cats and it’s just like being a crazy cat lady in the best possible way ever.

With only 100 humans on the island, the population is mostly made up of incredibly cute stray cats – which thrive because locals believe that feeding them will bring them good wealth and fortune. Bless.

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It is also prohibited to bring dogs on the island, naturally.

Cats were originally kept on the island because they are a natural predator for silk worms, important given that silk was made on the island.

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But now, now it’s just so cat-mental that it’s become a tourist hub.

Also, oysters are a local produce of the island, so you know you’ll…

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