I'm sure, like myself, you have often wondered what your cat would say to you, or anyone at all, if they could communicate the same way us humans communicate. What if cats could use the Internet, too? What if they could communicate to the masses the same way we do every day of our lives?
Well, wonder no further my feline-fancy friends! A new Twitter account is taking the Internet by storm because the user details British life through the purr-spective of a cat. His name is Leo and from his home in Birmingham, Leo shares his "random meowsings about life" while being a "pampered Persian with a catnip habit." His sass and humor has us enthralled, and there's no denying it: LeosDiaries1 is the best cat account on Twitter right meow.
Cats do not like empty bowls. They also do not like slightly less than full bowls. How dare you?
That's what cats do best, Leo knows what's up.
Leo enjoys his fame.
If you don't appreciate this art, you're not the cat fanatic you claim to be.
"No" is not in a cat's vocabulary, human filth.
I wonder if he also enjoys lasagne?
Leo is definitely not one of those cats.
But boxes... boxes are here now and that's all that matters.
Leo's idea of flexible is not the same as mine.
You can't blame him for his exemplary taste.
Leo is one of a kind but he's not exempt from loving boxes or providing bleps to humans with cameras.
A solid daily routine for any cat.
Boxes, boxes, boxes.
He will not compromise.
We can turn a negative into a paws-itive.
Conveniently... girls for days, too. Apparently!
In other words: right meow.
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