In Japan, Naoki Teraoka’s restaurant company was on the verge of closing owing to financial troubles.
Homeless cats, on the other hand, assisted him in saving his life. Naoki Teraoka started a tiny restaurant named “Diorama” in Osaka in 2018.
Its main feature was miniature railway models, which included trains, bridges, stations, and even tiny employees.
The institution grew in popularity, but it was on the verge of shutting in 2020 because of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Stray cats rescued the guy and his business.
When the four-legged chose to visit “Diorama,” the Japanese fed her and let her play with model trains instead of driving her away.
The cat began to return to the institution, bringing with her additional four-legged friends.
Then Naoki wanted to photograph amusing creatures and share them on social media.
This drew the attention of visitors who came to the facility just to observe the furry mischief-makers.
The cats who played with the miniatures and were loving with the tourists wowed the visitors.
All of these helped Naoki Teraoka gain popularity and avoid closure.