Cat Kaomoji

Are there any other pets the Japanese love more than cats? Perhaps no, and it is a known fact. Cat’s ears, tails, whiskers, and even cat paw print came to social networks and even into our lives. The Japanese also like to depict “nyaa” meow instead of our “meow.” In kaomoji, the cat plays a leading role and is portrayed very easily with sharp ears ^ ^, whiskers in the form of the = = symbol, and the nose and mouth are usually depicted as ω.

(=^・ω・^=)(=^・ェ・^=)
(= ; ェ ; =)(=`ω´=)
(=⌒‿‿⌒=)(=^ ◡ ^=)
(^• ω •^)(/ =ω=)/
ଲ(ⓛ ω ⓛ)ଲ(^=◕ᴥ◕=^)
(^◔ᴥ◔^)(^◕ᴥ◕^)
(=①ω①=)( =ω=)..nyaa
(=^‥^=)( =ノωヽ=)
(=^-ω-^=)ヾ(=`ω´=)ノ”
ฅ(•ㅅ•❀)ฅฅ(• ɪ •)ฅ
( =ω= )(^˵◕ω◕˵^)
ต(=ω=)ต( Φ ω Φ )