Friday, 15 December 2017


Cat obsession has existed for thousands of years, and it has persisted in today's digital age. Now, cats are the stars of Internet, appearing in videos and memes, inspiring cultural trends and baffling society. It does not take rocket science to figure out that the Internet has brought cat obsession to a new level. This infographic by Pet Life Today brings you its latest findings to the age-old question: why are people so obsessed with cats?

Infographic Sources:
The boxing cats (Prof. Welton's)
2. This Is The Very First Cat Video Posted To YouTube
3. Pajamas and Nick Drake
4. Puppy vs. Cat
5. Venus the Two-Faced Cat a Mystery
6. Why Cats Rule the Internet Instead of Dogs
7. 15 Reasons Maru Is Better Than Your Cat
8. Video: Meet Maru ‘Mugumogu’ - the cardboard box-loving, record-breaking cat
9. RIP Colonel Meow, World's Furriest Cat, Dead at 2
10. 12 things you didn’t know about Keyboard Cat
11. The Story Behind Keyboard Cat
12. 20 Pets That Make Millions for Their Owners
13. How to make millions from your cat
14. What Is 'Lolcats'?
15. Cat Breading
16. Trump your cat: the most bizarre Instagram trend yet?
17. About CatCon
18. Cat Power: The Life and Times of Lil Bub
19. The Boxing Cats (Prof Welton's) (1894)
20. Keyboard Cat
21. The 20 Most Important Online Videos Of All Time
22. LOLcats
23. Keyboard Cat's Greatest Hits!
24. Colonel Meow
25. mugumogu
26. Nyan Cat / Pop Tart Cat
27. History of Cats
28. Hot New Internet Meme: 'Breading' Cats
29. Even in the 1870s, humans were obsessed with ridiculous photos of cats
30. Meet Venus, the Chimera cat with two faces

[Post Source: Pet Life Today.]

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