Putin´s cat teaches Japanese language

Moscow _ Agencies

Russian President Vladimir Putin, the governor of Japan's "Asiana " state, Norkhisa Sataka, has dedicated a small cat Siberia named "mir " (Peace).

The governor said in a speech to the agency  "Novosti " Russian that  "Mir " established excellent relations with 6 other cats living in his home.

The governor's family launched the name "Miro-bo ", which means slim (small peace) in Japanese. The cat responds to this Japanese name.

The governor added that the cat usually wakes up from sleep at six o'clock in the morning and asks for food. Then he approaches his landlady and puts a man on his shoulder and starts to meow.

The governor referred to a dog named "Akita-Inoue ", which was Putin by the Japanese side and said that his fame was announced after Putin gave it to the Olympic champion in skating, Alenwhat Zagitova, adding:  "I am delighted that the dog walks around all of Russia. I am also delighted that his name has become famous in the whole world. "

The Japanese governor at the Forum of Heads of Parliaments of the Northeast Asian countries said that his relationship with a very close cat, and noted that many people noticed that his face is gaining Japanese features.

 

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