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
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