Touching photos by Japanese photographer Miyoko Ihara show a strong friendship between 88-year-old woman and her odd-eyed cat. Misao is photographer’s grandma, 9 years ago, who found a stray odd-eyed cat in her shed and named it Fukumaru, which means good fortune (fuku) and circle (maru) in Japanese. Miyoko Ihara has been photographing Misao for 13 years, and lately, based on her grandmother and beloved cat, who published a photo album – Misao the Big Mama and Fukumaru the Cat.
Intimate relationship between 88-year-old grandma and her odd-eyed cat
Heartwarming photos of children and animals
Funny pictures of a cat eating a cake on his birthday
Adorable illustrations represent that love is in our daily lives
Look at these cats who make themselves in such kind of awkward situations
Hilarious photos of cats in predicament
Animal paintings created out of numerous dots
Cute Handmade Ceramic Animals
Comfortable cat shaped sofa
Detailed Pet Portraits Painted On Feathers
Intricate animals sculptures transformed from recycled and discarded materials
Funny pictures of awkwardly sitting cats
Impressive digital artworks created by Adam Martinakis that investigate the creative duality
What grandmas cook around the world - Photos series of grandmothers and their cuisine
Gorgeous and touching photographs of photographer's children and domestic animals on the farm
Surreal Japanese ink wash paintings of tattooed cats
Hilarious comic book depicting the "cat logic"
Innovative pets communication system
The bed for human is also a labyrinth for cats
Are these different species of animals sisters and brothers?