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This is Mika the cat  

This one from a page of "SNOOZER" Japanese magazine in 2009.    

It's something he means as a joke like when he says he hates water and the next photo or video you see  on his instagram is Mika diving into water. If he really hated cats or had a phobia he wouldn't

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The joy of rehearsing in a hotel conference room.

Happy to be singing with these cats!!!

Its been a full on day and I have been so overwhelmed and happy to read all your comments and messages.

So last thing I want to say today is THANK YOU x

 

 

Mika and his cats band in a hotel room ! 😹

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On 5/7/2019 at 8:23 AM, Kumazzz said:

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Fortuné's kitten

 

On 5/7/2019 at 9:07 AM, Kumazzz said:

Fortuné's kitten

 

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On 5/7/2019 at 12:33 PM, Kumazzz said:

Fortuné and his kitten

 

 

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The kitty is growing. 😻

 

IG story

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A pic fro the Mika IG story  on 24th December 2019.

 

The maneki-neko (Japanese: 招き猫, literally "beckoning cat") is a common Japanese figurine (lucky charm, talisman) which is often believed to bring good luck to the owner. In modern times, they are usually made of ceramic or plastic.

The figurine depicts a cat (traditionally a calico Japanese Bobtail) beckoning with an upright paw, and is usually displayed in—often at the entrance of—shops, restaurants, pachinko parlors, laundromats, dry cleaners, salons, and other businesses. Some of the sculptures are electric or battery-powered and have a slow-moving paw beckoning.

Maneki-neko come in different colors, styles and degrees of ornateness. Common colors are white, black, gold and sometimes red. In addition to ceramic figurines, maneki-neko can be found as keychains, piggy banks, air fresheners, house-plant pots, and miscellaneous ornaments, as well as large statues. It is also called the "Chinese lucky cat" because of its popularity among Chinese merchants.

The name maneki-neko can be interpreted as a waving cat or a chant of a chant.

 

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4 hours ago, Mikasister said:

We haven't heard from Fortune's cat anymore :dunno:

 

 i was just thinking about that kitty just the other day. It must be so big by now!

 

Also, i wonder what happened to Tiny.

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4 minutes ago, kreacher said:

 

 i was just thinking about that kitty just the other day. It must be so big by now!

 

Also, i wonder what happened to Tiny.

 

Isnt Tiny in Miami ? 

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