Back in old days, when mouse traps had yet to be invented, Japanese people used their pet cats to drive mice away from their storage houses. Yes, chair socks exist and yes, there's a cat day in Japan. The characters were drawn as humans but with fox ears and fox tails. No need to be shy now. It makes them more adorable and easier to understand. Will you join the side of the loving fans, or do the edgy haters fit you better? The answer is obvious.
Love it or Hate it. These themed cafes started in Japan, but even far places like Paris has them now. A Nekomata , an example of a Japanese cat yokai, can allegedly assume a human-like form. They don't fantasize passively and they will rather do some bizarre things to explore these emotions they're feeling. Nekomimi are people with a catlike identity. You Dare Visit the Absolute Territory! They're not afraid of doing what's uncommon, and that leads to exciting discoveries.