If you are a cat lover and really want experience the life of seeing cats every corners of streets you go, Aoshima Island of Japan is the perfect place for you. The fact that the ratio of cats over humans is 8:1 on this island will get you excited to come to this 'cat paradise'. Let's have a read about this.
If you love cats, you’ll definitely want to put a visit to the Japanese island of Aoshima on your bucket list.
The one-mile strip of land in the Ehime Prefecture is only one of a handful of islands worldwide that are ruled by feline overlords.
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There are more than 100 cats occupying this former fishing village, and only 15 (mostly) elderly humans, which means the cats call all the shots (as they always do, really).
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Getting there is fairly easy: It’s only a 30-minute ferry ride from Nagahama Port, but be forewarned that there’s not all that much to do other than pet the kitties once you arrive. There are no hotels, restaurants, or even vending machines on the tiny island, and visitors are asked to take their garbage home with them.
But if you managed to make it over there, you’re sure to have the purr-fect day!
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