Skip to comments.Tama: Station Master Extraordinaire
Posted on 03/11/2013 8:31:14 AM PDT by Twotone
Kishi station in Kinokawa is at the end of the line the Kishigawa line in Japan. Financial troubles and a lack of passengers almost shut the station down. Then, a whimsical informal station manager made friends with the stray cats in the area. One of them was a friendly little calico named Tama.
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Japanese kitty ping...
BFL. It’s funny how just about anything kitty related is FR fodder.
Because kitties are just wonderful! Bats on the other hand...
I love it! “She doesn’t always wear her uniform now that she’s getting older.”
The “former” station master was brilliant to promote his train stop in this fashion in order to save it from bankruptcy.
Really cool post.
Thank you for the ping, my dear Slings.
Always a pleasure. More businesses should have kitty bosses.
I would love to have a kitteh boss. Oh wait. I do!
Me three. ;^)
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