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cute cats image These Cats in Kimonos Are More Fabulous Than You
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Cats in Kimonos are apparently popular in Japan right now. These adorable kittens can be seen modeling their expertly styled traditional garb throughout the web. 


Via barai3.a-thera.jp 

I think it'll be easier for us all if we just start coming to terms now with the fact that we'll never look this good... ever. 

Via pets-eye.a-thera.jp

It's not our fault, these cats are just too fabulous. 

Via nekojimakeibu

Japanese Sea Slugs are adorable.
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We all know Japanese culture appreciates some cute things and it's found another one in a sea slug.

The jorunna parva, or adorable bunny slug of the sea, has been making the rounds of Japanese social media and setting a new standard for cuteness in slugs.



We admit, it's not a very high bar.

Just look at them:



Oh, and they are also absolutely tiny, growing to a maximum of 21 millimeters.



As we say, the lovely little things have been crawling their way across the international Twittersphere. Unfortunately, we don't read Japanese, but we can assume these admirers are big fans of the bunny slugs.











Go ahead and watch the adorable things in action.

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Visitors at the Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens are posting pictures online of this popular gorilla calling him "ikemen" which means a "good-looking guy". He is known for his striking eye-contact and model like poses for the camera.

So if you clicked on this list chances are you like cats and GIFs a bunch, what a year 2014 was for both. Below is a collection of the most highly ranked cat GIFs from the year. Here's the other GIF List if you are curious about things that aren't cats. Please share any cat GIFs that you feel were overlooked in the comments.

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These cat cafes have been around in Japan and Taiwan for decades now, but the business model has started to come to the west with a cafe opening in San Francisco and Paris.

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