Open Post: Hosted By 2017’s Answer To The Shiba Inu 6 Cam

February 17, 2017 / Posted by:

If you’re a crazy cat lady at heart, but are allergic to them, or don’t want to wake up with a nose full of pussy anus because your cat took a nap on your face, then this may be the perfect thing for you.

For over a week, the Icelandic news website Nútíminn has been showing a 24/7 live feed of kittens!!! It’s the true story… of four kittens… picked to live in a house… and have their lives taped… to find out what happens… when they sleep for fucking 23 and a half hours straight.

Nútíminn has called their pussy feed Keeping Up With the Kattarshians. The Telegraph says that Nútíminn partnered with a cat shelter to give us the show that’s like the Shiba Inu 6 show, but with cats instead of dogs and bigger production values.

The Big Brother-like show stars four nine-week-old kittens named Guðni, Stubbur, Briet and Ronja. They were found, along with their mom, in a car park in Reykjavik. Nútíminn did the show to promote cat adoption and so far, it’s worked. The show is a hit and one of the kittens has already been adopted.

I only found out about this yesterday and have watched it off and on. From what I’ve seen, there’s a lot of sleeping, a little cat fighting and even more sleeping. Maybe when they get warmed up, they’ll really bring the reality show theatrics and they’ll start throwing tiny glasses of milk at each other. And my only problem with this show is its name. It’s not fair to compare these kittens to the Kartrashians. I mean, watching a pussy sleep is a million times more riveting than watching a Kartrashian do anything.

Pic: Twitter

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