Cats and the internets have a lot in common: Fickle, indifferent and utterly shameless, they both exist in a tenuous state of domestication, serving no real purpose other than to amuse, and even then, only if they feel like it. Perhaps that's why there's no end to the random ways that cats tend to pop up on the internets -- either way, because it's Wednesday, the day we bring you the best of our weird internets world in a compendium of images loosely related to whatever topic we happen to come up with, that's why today we bring you Stuff on my Cat, some of the most truly gratuitous randomness we've ever posted. So here you go: eleven images of, uh, people putting stuff on their cats.
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