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Cuddly cats ease Tokyo's workday pressures
It's been quite the week for animal stories on Gadling. I posted about Japan's pet rental agencies and the opportunity to adopt a Tasmanian Devil, and Iva joined in with her story on adopting animals through the World Wildlife Fund.
Here's the latest (and hopefully the last I hear some of you sigh...) cutesy animal story - for this week at least.
In Japan, (of course...), Tokyo's Cafe Cat Calico has a whole team of friendly moggies in residence just waiting to be petted and cuddled by worn out workers on their way home. For 800 yen (around $7) an hour, customers can spend quality time with their favourite feline. Weekends are busiet with up to 150 pet-friendly punters streaming in per day to have a cuddle with a cat.
After that many strangers wandering through, I reckon more than a few of the cats must look forward to closing time.