Love them or hate them, by now we've all made peace with the fact that the internet is pretty much 65% cats. Who would have thought 20 years ago that our furry, moody, little buddies would become the break-out stars of the digital age?
This week a woman in Houston, Texas, has added to the great well of LOLcat material sloshing around the internet, but this time it's to make a very important statement about fashion or - more specifically - online shopping.
The cat in question went viral when a woman named Christy left a review of a crop top her teenage daughter had bought on Amazon. The top, which claimed to be 'one size fits all' turned out to be no larger than a generously-sized hankerchief.
"My 16-year-old daughter bought this thing" she wrote in the review, "it is ridiculously small and I probably couldn't legally post a picture of what it looks like if she attempts to wear it."
So instead of posting a picture of her daughter in it, she called on the modelling services of her grey tabby cat to demonstrate its skimpy proportions. Et voila...
"To be fair" she wrote next to the photo, "it does cover all of the cats nippes, however, she hates the weave. In summary, do not buy this, even for your cat."
Anyone who has ordered something online that has turned out to be ridiculously tiny (i.e all of us) are totally behind this woman - and her cat.