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Wednesday WTF?: Calling All Crazy Cat People

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It's the Wednesday WTF? wherein we randomly select a photo/video/thing that makes us say those three special words.

While some of you Internet savvy cat people out there may have already discovered the joy that is Meowmania (the link's been around for a couple of years), we at the Observer can't get enough of these fluorescent cats. Better yet, no matter how many times we've visited the site, we're still floored by a few of the kittles' WTF-worthy faces only a crazy cat person could love.

It's simple. Go to the website, click the screen and watch the colorful cats pop up and say "hello."

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