The Cutest Little Kitten in the World

By golly, I think we’ve done it. We just found the cutest kitten in the world! Her name is Daisy and she lives in Japan. The blue-eyed ball of fur is only cuter because of her miniature size, which owner Ben Torode accentuates by capturing her peeking her head out of a mixing bowl or from under a hat. For some perspective, he even placed her next to a standard miso soup bowl, which has a 10 cm diameter at the rim.

Even the most loyal dog fans won’t be able to contain their “awww’s” after seeing these incredibly sweet photos of Daisy doing what she does best…looking adorably cute for the camera.

Update: We got a hold of owner and photographer Ben Torode to ask him some questions. Read that exclusive interview here.



















It’s important to note that owner Ben Torode is an Australia-born, Japan-based translator and not a professional photographer. I’m sure you’ll agree, however, that he sure has a way of inspiring us to pick up our camera and shoot our pets in wonderfully creative ways.

Ben Torode’s Flickr page





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