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Some People in Japan Believe That Their Pets Can See Pokémon

That moment when your virtual pet meets your real pet.

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Some People in Japan Believe That Their Pets Can See Pokémon

That moment when your virtual pet meets your real pet.

With Pokémon Go‘s recent launch in Japan, locals have been tweeting some hilarious pictures of their pets’ unusual encounters with Pokémon. Various Japanese pet owners have taken to Twitter to share images showing their cats or dogs looking in the direction of the onscreen Pokémon. While some pets seem frightened by the virtual creatures, others are seen staring at a nearby Pokémon as if it was a natural prey. Check out the string of tweets below for a good laugh.

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