Source: @nori22 Cat purrs its way to enlightenment in the hands of Tokyo’s Great Buddha 2021-03-22 Mon 2021-03-22 Mon There's a lot to see and do in the Kichijoji neighborhood of Tokyo, but it's Great Buddha statue may be getting a spike in tourist visitors soon. Japanese Twitter user nori (@nori22) recently shared photos that show the area has another star attraction--or at least a feline visitor who thinks they fit the bill. Source: @nori22 Source: @nori22 Source: @nori22 御手に包まれていた pic.twitter.com/yqmhE2Fzsn— nori (@nori22) March 21, 2021 As you can see, a neighborhood cat has found the perfect spot to nestle in--the meditative hands of the area's Great Buddha. While the cat seems to be enjoying the warmth of the spot, many on Twitter have remarked that it looks as if the Buddha is taking care of the cat, or that the cat is actually some sort of feline divinity that's purred themselves to enlightment. ねこ好きのお釈迦さま pic.twitter.com/QMP9m2svWq— nori (@nori22) March 22, 2021 Perhaps there is something true to their claims. As the video below shows, this Buddha is quite the kitty magnet! 気軽に飛び乗る pic.twitter.com/JAJKm1n1cV— nori (@nori22) March 22, 2021 By - Big Neko. Tags: Buddha / Cats / Kichijoji / Photography / Statue grape Japan Cat purrs its way to enlightenment in the hands of Tokyo’s Great Buddha Related Article Hana Kimura entrusted recently adopted kitten to wrestling colleagues Japan’s New 3D Photos Of Pet Faces Let You Pet Them (And Their Dripping Noses) Anywhere New Maneki Neko Cat Molds Give Your Dinner Table Feline Fortune Sculptures Cats taking refuge from rain at shrine for cats look like feline deities This Happy To Be Adopted Cat Has The Most Adorable Purr Ever! Astronomical calendar calling for astrophotography entries now!