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This site hopes to expose the feline agenda for World Catification.

Before You Share The Next Funny Cat Meme, There Are Things You Should Know

When Tim Berners-Lee wrote the code for the very first server/web client software in 1989, there was a cat watching over his shoulder.It was this software that gave birth to the World Wide Web in 1991, and changed the world.

When Linus Torvalds was writing the Linux kernel in 1991, he didn't have a pet penguin, he had a cat. This code is the beating-heart of clients & servers all over the world, and powers today's Android® devices

Yes, cats were there from the beginning. Coincidence? Not really. Cats are the purrrrfect companion for a computer enthusiast. Cats are self-cleaning (sort of), in a pinch they can catch their own food, and they don't require constant affirmation of self. Your opinion means nothing to a cat.

At first, a few cats simply jumped into the empty warm spot when the prophead left their chair for more Doritos® or Mountain Dew®. But once they got a look at the monitor, curiousity took over. Almost immediately they realized that they could change the way the new toy behaved by walking on the keyboard. It wasn't long before those cats knew this 'internet' thing could really catch on, and help advance their ultimate goal of World Catification.

Still not convinced? Check this out...

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Google Maps

In October 2014, an anonymous cat drew a self-portrait in Google Maps using a 'trail' function that allows users to contribute hiking paths and trails to the maps.

Because it was drawn near Hobson Bay in Auckland, New Zealand, it stayed on the map for several days before it came to Google's attention. Cats all over the world purred contentedly.

Even Google was surprised by the cattiness of the security breach, and vowed it would not happen again.

"We where aware that cats were trying to take over YouTube, but we didn't realize it was extending to Google Maps. We are looking into this." - Anne Baxter, Head of Communications for Google in New Zealand

Are you constantly removing spyware, malware, and various other 'wares' from your computer? Do you live with a cat? If you answered yes to both questions, you may be the unsuspecting victim of a very large, powerful organization. Your cat may be distributing feline propaganda from your computer while you sleep (remember, cats are nocturnal).

No one really knows what their cats do all night, and humans sadly underestimate the feline internet infastructure. You may be harboring a secret soldier of the Cat Meme Mafia without knowing it. Yes, your cat may well be a soft, purring, little subversive.

Check your browser history often, and change your passwords frequently. If you believe you have a problem, you can download PawSense®. This software will constantly monitor your computer for cat-like keystrokes, fighting against a totally catified internet.

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