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    Japanese Photographer Specializes In Shooting Ninja Cats

    For those of us that like cats here are some great pics of them doing their Black Belt thing at the link, 6 pages of them, some great shots. I have always liked watching my cats do their play fighting, especially when they are kittens and developing their fighting skills.




    This Japanese Photographer Specializes In Shooting Ninja Cats, And The Result Is Too Purrfect.....

    Turns out, cats know more martial arts than ninjutsu. Japanese photographer Hisakata Hiroyuki has decided to dedicate a fair portion of his time to shooting cats during their totally serious combat practices, and the result is purrrfect.

    Threatening stares, explosive kicks, powerful punches, Hiroyuki has captured it all. He has successfully proven that felines have unlocked all of the secret fighting techniques, and even Mr. Miyagi could learn a thing or two from these martial arts masters. Scroll down to check out the amusing images and upvote your favorites.


    https://www.boredpanda.com/ninja-cat...m_campaign=ggn




    Humans have long admired the strength, skill, and spirit of animals that allows them to survive in challenging environments.

    Martial artists naturally emulated the more effective fighting tactics of animals
    and incorporated these motions into the techniques of their fighting styles.

    The exact geographic origins and history of the forms that embrace the qualities of the animals are often undocumented and controversial.
    Still, many of the Asian fighting systems have incorporated aspects of animal movements and essence.

    This is manifested by the prevalence of animal-inspired forms in many of the martial arts.

    Chinese fighting systems, in particular, have embraced animal movements and spirit in their training as seen in many of the forms named after animals.

    The Southeast Asian martial arts of India, Vietnam, and the Philippines have also incorporated animal movements in their poses and forms. And to a lesser extent, animal traits have found their way into Japanese and Korean martial arts as strikes and stances in some of their forms.

    http://www.funfolks.net/UCMAP_M6/del...ired_Forms.pdf
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    Neat pictures!

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    Many people don't realize that Chuck Norris has a cat,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Baron View Post
    Many people don't realize that Chuck Norris has a cat,
    Good one, totally appropriate for this thread.....
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    Know the best that we could hope for is to be laughin' when we finally hit the ground

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