Cats Are Ninjas, And This Japanese Photographer Proves It – Design You Trust

Cats Are Ninjas, And This Japanese Photographer Proves It

If it’s been a long time since we know that cats are Ninja, Japanese photographer Hisakata Hiroyuki has decided to prove it a little more with his Martial Art Cats! An amuzing series of photos capturing cats playing, trying to catch a ball with twisted positions between kung fu and tai-chi.

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