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It's Good to Be the King!

It's Good to Be the King!

Some of us Americans (myself included) are woefully unaware of who world leaders are. Like, do you know if Japan has a president or a prime minister? Do you know this person's name? (Taro Aso is the prime minister, and yes, I looked it up.) Well, I have another open secret for you. Somewhere in the back streets of Tokyo, there resides an aristo-cat who is really the Furry King of Japan. Here's some secret footage of him enjoying a repast of gyoza and beer! (As for the momentary stink eye — I think one of his subjects back-talked. He doesn't like that.)

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verily verily 7 years
I'm amazed that he has no interest in the food. My cat would be face down in the gyoza.
heatherhas heatherhas 7 years
Seitan Seitan 7 years
This is kind of like my cat. He sits in the same kind of position when he's getting ready to clean himself or take a nap. It's really cute. I suppose I could sit his "throne" in front of a table with beer and gyoza too. 
Phyllis-Beauvais Phyllis-Beauvais 7 years
this is a cat, this is not a king!! i am highly confused right now
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 7 years
This is the kind of cat I want. One that I can just sit and have dinner with.
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