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  • Hey guys! Today, we're gonna show you our cat products that we have for our cats in Japan.

  • Japanese Cat Products.

  • Haku, you're huge now.

  • He's getting big.

  • Wow!

  • Look at you look at you big buddy!

  • You're such a big bu-- ohh okay

  • By the way, this video is not sponsored by anything.

  • It's sponsored by cats. Fluffy Cat Butts!

  • Sponsored by Fluffy Cat Butts.

  • So one of the things they have here in Japan is GachaPon. Gachapon is famous for everything.

  • But they also have Cat GachaPon

  • so we can get stuff for our cats.

  • Haku, I'm gonna get you somethin'. Hang on. Hang on! I'm gonna get you somethin'.

  • Something really popular in Japan are these scratch boards.

  • I know they have them everywhere, but there are a lot of different varieties of cat scratch boards here in Japan.

  • Our cats,

  • Don't you wanna be a strawberry?

  • They really love.. they really really love this couch though.

  • This is like their favorite thing in the world.

  • We made it longer by taping two of these to it. Oh my gosh.

  • We got a special surprise for our cats today!

  • We got a new scratch board for them.

  • This is something...

  • I'm sure they've got the same product in America and stuff,

  • but here in Japan there's something called Neko Nabe.

  • Where- where you get a dish,

  • and then you put cats. Well, cats go into it

  • and then they can all sleep together and like just curled up in a little dish.

  • Aand it's called Neko Nabe because Nabe is the Japanese word for like a pot.

  • We got a cardboard scratch board Neko Nabe.

  • Why are you scared?

  • O ma gosh! What is it?!

  • O ma gosh!

  • He's like, "Can I walk in it?"

  • Is this all catnip?

  • Yeah, catnip stuff.

  • It comes with catnip, but

  • I don't- I don't even have to put it in there.

  • He's traumatized. He's like, you're not gonna put another hat on me, are you?

  • Look! Look! Look what it is!

  • Nagi, you're such a tiny kitty.

  • Do you no wear your apple anymore? (babytalk)

  • Here, I'll take your apple. There you go!

  • There you go!

  • Haku, stop chewing plastic!

  • Banana cat, you're being a weirdo. Here.

  • Look.

  • Look at the nek-- look at the neko nabe.

  • Don't you wanna go in?

  • Uh oh, uh oh! What's this? Uh oh!

  • Oh! Uh oh!

  • (CATNIP INTENSIFIES)

  • Nagi's gonna-

  • We're just getting our cats high on camera.

  • You guys are such druggies.

  • (achoo)

  • You can get pretty much any type of cat toy for your cat here in Japan. We keep ours in the ceiling light.

  • Coz they can't reach it. They're left to look at it.

  • Can you get it?

  • You did it!

  • You can do it!

  • My cats like all these toys, but they go freakin' insane with feathers.

  • They go absolutely insane.

  • As soon as I get this down these two cats are gonna go out of control.

  • and Haku is gonna get scared and so he's gonna get out of their way,

  • and run off to a little corner and hide until they're done going crazy.

  • Hey you guys. Hey you guys, what is this? What is this?

  • (cats playing)

  • Haku is running away.

  • Oh my gosh.

  • Yeah, they're kinda noisy aren't they?

  • You got it, now what're you gonna do?

  • Where you taking it?

  • Where you going?

  • Haku, what you doing?

  • So for cat litter, Japan usually does stuff a little differently.

  • In America we use that like gravel sandy stuff that when you pour it in the cat litter box then dust goes everywhere.

  • and it smells really bad, and it gets kicked out of the box and gets all over and I hate it.

  • I don't like using that.

  • You can use it here, but a lot of people use pellets or

  • like these silica balls instead.

  • These are what we use.

  • And our litter box is kind of special.

  • They have these in America, but I don't-

  • there's no, like, real reason to use those because

  • there's nothing specifically for you to put it in...

  • So our litter box has a bottom section and a top.

  • So we put the silica balls on top.

  • And then we have cat pee pads that we put in the bottom, we use two because we got a lotta cats.

  • We put it like this.

  • So,

  • it makes it way easier for us to clean the litter because when they go to the bathroom,

  • if they poop, we have little bags where we can scoop out the poop immediately and throw it away

  • and then when they pee and it starts filling up, then we can just get rid of these pee pads and exchange it.

  • And I think this is kind of a common thing for people to do here because a lot of

  • apartments and houses aren't very big.

  • So our apartment is really tiny, like

  • we don't have a mudroom or an extra bathroom where we can put the litter box.

  • It has to be here, like right where we sit all day every day, so it can't smell, it can't make a mess.

  • Which is why this is really really helpful, so when the cats use this litter and they kick it out,

  • these balls are big enough that we can easily just pick it up and like throw the extras back in here

  • or throw the extras away, and then it makes it easy for us to clean when they go to the bathroom.

  • So one thing that in life you have in America

  • but umm..

  • in Japan some stores do takarakuji thing, kind of, um...

  • And if you purchase, like in our-

  • in my case I bought products that's worth about 20 bucks and

  • they let me pick this lottery once and I actually won this litter,

  • which is exactly the same as one we have currently.

  • Some don't come with a roof like this.

  • It has like a higher side so that litter can't go out easily,

  • but this one comes with a roof so that cats can have more privacy.

  • And yeah, I think this system toilet- systematic toilet is getting really popular in Japan.

  • And he really likes it.

  • Although he's a little too big for this litter.

  • What are you doing, buddy?

  • So you may be aware that

  • Japanese people live a really long time because they have a really really high life expectancy here, but actually

  • Japanese cats live a really long time, too.

  • So there are specific food brands that have

  • cat food lines for certain cat ages and some of those lines are even for cats that are aged

  • eighteen years old and older,

  • which is really really old for a cat.

  • I don't know if Haku is like Japanese cat though, but we'll do our best to make him live long.

  • What's the oldest cat you know?

  • Uh.. my uncle used to have a kitty who lived

  • easily longer than 20 years I think.

  • Yeah, twenty two or three, I don't know, something like that.

  • Yeah.

  • I know they do this kind of stuff in America, but I've never done it before.

  • We just got some-- got a cat toothbrush

  • Mmm-hmm cat.

  • Hummus extract.

  • For cat teeth.

  • Poki, I'm coming for you! I'mma brush your teeth!

  • Cats are not gonna like this.

  • Haku has bad breath,too.

  • No, Poki has the baddest, worsest breath.

  • There you go, it's just a little bit.

  • Do you like it?

  • Do you like it?

  • Gonna smell it? Okay, no.

  • I'm gonna do Poki. Poki's the easiest to handle.

  • He's our most laid-back cat.

  • Poki, look!

  • I got somethin' to brush your teeth!

  • Look it's new!

  • You wanna smell it first?

  • No. Nope. Oh good. Good.

  • Oh my god.

  • Open your mouth.

  • Open your mouth.

  • A lot of cats lose their teeth when they are old as they age.

  • So, hopefully this will help.

  • Can I do it?

  • Yeah,

  • with Haku.

  • Haku, you can get your teeth brushed.

  • Okay, maybe we should've gotten the other finger one instead of this.

  • Haku, you like sticks. Why don't you chew on the thing?

  • Such a good boy, Nagi.

  • We'll brush the other one.

  • He can't.

  • He's retreating into a ball of fluff.

  • Open your mouth.

  • There you go.

  • Yeah!

  • Get 'er!

  • Yah!

  • Oh, nothing came off.

  • Good job, buddy! You're so good at brushing your teeth

  • Trick! You were tricked!

  • I hope you enjoyed our cat video.