I'm so heartbroken to read the news that Fukumaru has crossed the rainbow bridge. I'll never forget this beautiful story between Fukumaru and Misa, the journey they spent together overlapping each other's lives. Rest in peace Fukumaru, watch over granny Misa from the rainbow bridge, the love continues... (Picture taken from https://www.facebook.com/YiYuanMeiDaiZi/?fref=photo)
This Grandma And Her Cat Are The Cutest Best Friends Ever
Meet Misa and Fukumaru. Thirteen years ago, photographer Miyoko Ihara began snapping pictures of the budding relationship between her now 88-year-old grandmother, Misa, and her odd-eyed kitten, Fukumaru. Since Misa found the cat abandoned in a shed, the pair have barely ever been apart. Their beautiful friendship is documented in a photo book, Misao the Big Mama and Fukumaru the Cat.
おばあちゃんと猫の愛らしいストーリー。心温まる、みさおとふくまる ? Grandmother and Her Cat -
Misao and Fukumaru the Cat, Partner with Each Other. Beautiful. (Photo by Miyoko Ihara) Many elderly people in Japan have been forced to give up their pets because the temporary housing they are in doesn't allow them. March 11, 2011 created problems for so many people and animals. :(