Meet the Well-Traveled Cats That Have Already Been to More Places Than You

Abandoned as kittens, these two felines found a happy ending with their new owners. Now, they're visiting lighthouses, islands, and even Mt. Fuji.

Daikichi the brown tabby and Fuku-chan the red tabby were abandoned as kittens. Luckily, they were both rescued, and they ended up with the same owners. Their new humans love to travel and decided to bring their cats with them. Now, this four-legged duo goes on adventures all over Japan.

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Here they are admiring Mt. Fuji. We’re jealous!

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Here they are taking in a group of islands called Matsushima. It’s considered one of Japan’s top three beautiful views—and we can see why!

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We hope Fuku-chan woke up from her cat nap in time to enjoy this amazing view! Check out more cats sleeping in crazy places.

Their names mean “Lucky Boy” and “Happy Kid”—and we think those names suit them pretty well. Here, the traveling cats are in front of Jōgashima Lighthouse, the second-oldest lighthouse in Japan. Yup, they’re lucky, all right! All cat lovers will love these cartoons. 

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We’d be happy too looking at this stunning view of Mt. Oakan reflected in Lake Akan.

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I mean, just LOOK AT THAT FACE.

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They climb mountains, jump over streams, and are even okay with walking in the snow!

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Yup, these are a couple of cool traveling cats. Follow the.traveling.cats on Instagram to see all of their adventures! (As if their adorableness wasn’t enough of a reason, it turns out that watching cat videos is actually good for you!) Perhaps the reason cats are so great at traveling is their ability to use litter boxes instinctually.

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Meghan Jones
Meghan Jones is a Staff Writer for RD.com who has been writing since before she could write. She graduated from Marist College with a Bachelor of Arts in English and has been writing for Reader's Digest since 2017. In spring 2017, her creative nonfiction piece "Anticipation" was published in Angles literary magazine. She is a proud Hufflepuff and member of Team Cap.