Maybe the cats are learning the ropes from the fisherman.
Even after all the work on the boats there's still time to snuggle.
Cats also need a tour guide sometimes.
Gotta rev those engines.
Looks like we've got a "cat overboard" situation.
Not everyone is a fan of island living.
Attention, this is your wake up call.
This gang of cats doesn't mess around.
Even cats have best friends.
Life on an island can sometimes be a little boring.
This cat is strutting her kitty beach bod.
The cats are fed by locals.
Family always comes first.
Just another afternoon out with the fishing buddies.
Time to take the kids to the beach.
Sometimes morning comes too early.
Who doesn't enjoy a little trip into town?
There's always room for one more at a house party.
Cat twin double take.
It's hard to cover your tracks in so much sand.
The traditional island greeting.
It's time for a lunch break.
Family nap time.
"Hello and welcome to Cat Island."
It's always polite to greet visitors with a handshake.
When times get tough, you can always relax by the sea.
Some cats have better beach hair than others.
Begging is just part of the game.
Photographer Fubirai has spent more than half a decade documenting the lives of the semi-wild cats that roam Fukuoka, Japan, a small island known to locals as "Cat Heaven."