Flying Cats

Leaping through the air with their claws outstretched these fearsome moggies look like something out of a kung-fu movie. But the mortal tom-cats are really just chasing after and playing with cuddly toys handled by keen photographer and cat-lover Seiji Mamiya. Seiji, 39, began snapping pictures of the cats outside his home over a year ago as a way of taking his mind off work.

Leaping through the air with their claws outstretched these fearsome moggies look like something out of a kung-fu movie. But the mortal tom-cats are really just chasing after and playing with cuddly toys handled by keen photographer and cat-lover Seiji Mamiya. Seiji, 39, began snapping pictures of the cats outside his home over a year ago as a way of taking his mind off work.

Leaping through the air with their claws outstretched these fearsome moggies look like something out of a kung-fu movie. But the mortal tom-cats are really just chasing after and playing with cuddly toys handled by keen photographer and cat-lover Seiji Mamiya. Seiji, 39, began snapping pictures of the cats outside his home over a year ago as a way of taking his mind off work.

Leaping through the air with their claws outstretched these fearsome moggies look like something out of a kung-fu movie. But the mortal tom-cats are really just chasing after and playing with cuddly toys handled by keen photographer and cat-lover Seiji Mamiya. Seiji, 39, began snapping pictures of the cats outside his home over a year ago as a way of taking his mind off work.

Leaping through the air with their claws outstretched these fearsome moggies look like something out of a kung-fu movie. But the mortal tom-cats are really just chasing after and playing with cuddly toys handled by keen photographer and cat-lover Seiji Mamiya. Seiji, 39, began snapping pictures of the cats outside his home over a year ago as a way of taking his mind off work.