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Twenty Two Inspirational Cat Memes My Landlady Emailed Me

Listen, I love my landlady. She's a sweet woman who always tries her best and seems to really care about me. She even gives me cookies sometimes, and I know she can always catsit for me when I'm out of town. I think that, since she started catsitting for me, I have awakened something in her - a love for cats. Cat memes were not a smart thing to introduce her to. Or maybe they were the best thing.


Being the sweet lady that she is, and also being really sucky at interneting, she's started emailing me cat memes. I don't know where she gets them, but she sends a lot. And you know what? They may be slightly cringy, but they are definitely full of love and support. So, here I am, sharing her motivational cat memes with everyone. 

collection of motivational and inspirational memes that my landlady sent me thumbnail includes two pictures including a cat pressing its paw against glass 'Cat - you deserve good things' and a sad cat looking at the camera with the caption 'Cat - themagicalladycat Creamy is concerned that you might not have loved yourself enough today penguin-and-kiwi I'll do it for you, creamy'
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11 Motivational Quotes From Cats Will Have You Feeling Invincible

A new week is about to start and sometimes we just need someone to tell us, that we can do it! And who better than cats!? 


Motivational quotes atop pictures of cats of various sizes
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Is this guy the new "Alex from Target?"

Before the doors busted open on Black Friday last week, this manager stood on the register and delivered a speech to his employees worthy of Gerard Butler in "300."

According to the video description, we as an Internet can refer to him as "Scot from Target."

He may not have Alex's dreamy eyes and Bieber-esque hair, but this guy is going places. See you at the movies Scot, or on the battlefield.

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In a refreshing change of pace from his usual comedy videos, Internet comedian Ze Frank shares his childhood memories of trying to fit in with everyone else and reminds us that there is no pre-written manual or handbook for such thing.

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Patrick Ivison was only a year old when a car accident rendered him paralyzed. Three years ago, Ivison, who is headed to the University of Southern California in the fall, made a vow to walk at his high school graduation. Six hours of physical therapy per day since then led to the moment nobody at Scripps Ranch High School's commencement will ever forget.

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