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Japanese Pizza Huts run by cats?

Japanese Pizza Huts run by cats?

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Wrapping up Saturday night on a lighter note, we present this amazing series of ads. Food Beast found this adorable alternative universe where the local Pizza Hut is run by cats.

From Food Beast:

Part of the brand’s newest video campaign, Pizza Cat! is a completely fictional Pizza Hut location “run” entirely by cats. Run used only loosely of course, since the cat’s don’t ever really work. Instead, they sleep through alarms, stare at ringing telephones, claw at delivery bikes, and literally ride roombas all around the store.

Along with a video series highlighting the cats’ daily shenanigans, Pizza Cat! also got its own nifty website detailing the cats even further. There’s even a little disclaimer stating that if your pizza doesn’t arrive, it’s simply because the cats lost their motivation, please excuse them.

See, not so different from humans after all.


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My wife is Japanese and loves cats so she loved these.

But I think the funniest thing I’ve ever heard involving animals and Japan involved my father-in-law.

My wife was in elementary school when one night, her father came home drunk to their typically tiny Japanese apartment after a night of drinking after work … with a Great Dane that he had found!

My poor mother-in-law!

    Uncle Samuel in reply to LukeHandCool. | August 24, 2014 at 8:07 am

    As someone who lived in Korea just before and as the Korean war began, passing through Japan twice, I have to ask, was the dog for a pet or a feast?

    Or do Japanese not eat dog as other Asian cultures do?

      LukeHandCool in reply to Uncle Samuel. | August 24, 2014 at 1:10 pm

      The Japanese don’t eat dogs. So, it was a pet (or maybe a zoo exhibit).

      The largest dog I saw in my years in Japan was a German Shepherd, and I only saw one!

      A couple years after we got married we moved into the same building as my wife’s family and lived two floors below them.

      My mother-in-law would make coffee and most mornings I’d walk upstairs to get some and gab. I go up one morning and my father-in-law is still asleep after a night of drinking, next to a cardboard box with two pigeons and all their crap inside. I tried not to choke on my coffee as I laughed and laughed and my mother-in-law shook her head and grimaced and grimaced.

      After finishing my coffee I did her the favor of taking the box to the neighborhood park and dumping the pigeons.

      My father-in-law seemed to have a fantastic knack for finding and capturing animals after a night of drinking.

      I’ve never heard of the Japanese cooking/ eating dogs, actually; I’m fairly into Japanese culture stuff. If you Google “Japanese Cooking With Dog” you’ll get a show featuring a dog that “narrates” the recipes cooked in its presence by unnamed female chefs. Maybe it’s the exception that proves the rule for Asia.

TrooperJohnSmith | August 23, 2014 at 11:27 pm

Yes, indeed, today is after all, “Caturday”.

legalizehazing | August 24, 2014 at 2:47 am

Prediction, I will be watching these on Red Eye within the week. If my twitter hadn’t been shut down during the 2012 election I would tweet it.

The one about the Grand Opening (on the Youtube list) is the best…and it names each of the feline PH super-heroes.

southcentralpa | August 24, 2014 at 10:37 am

And the funny thing is, they make such bloody good cameras …