Understanding Catto Memes [Video + Diagram]
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Posted by: Libby Thomas
I am a cat. I coerced my human into writing this blog post through subtle means. That is to say, I walked languidly across the keyboard and then lay down on it. (I find this method to be quite effective.)
It has come to my attention that you may have seen Lucidchart’s doggo videos. They might have made you feel warm and fuzzy, full of innocent joy.
Allow me to suggest that you have NOT experienced true cuteness until you watch Lucidchart’s new catto videos. Full of kittens, cuddles, and nose boops, this video is guaranteed to fill your drab, colorless life with radiating light and happiness.
Bask in the glory of the superior domesticated species: watch Lucidchart’s catto videos immediately.
My human has refused to write more. I bid you farewell.
Need a closer look at all the cattos? Check out the full diagrams below.
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About the author
Libby Thomas makes funny flowcharts for a living. (She was as surprised as you to learn this job actually exists.) Libby graduated with a degree in Marketing from the BYU Marriott School of Business, and she loves playing guitar, buying fancy cheeses, and collecting peculiar vocabulary words.
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