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What cat meme are you

The Internet is on a cats and dogs spree. The latest trend is to take a cat photo and put a dog’s head on it.

I’ve only seen a few of them. Here are my favourite ones:

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What do you think of this style?

How much do you love dogs?

This one is in the top five:

“I’m not a dog person but I love this one.” – Louise

You’re wrong.

“I’m a dog person but this one is also great.” – Hannah

“I’m a dog person but this one is very funny.” – Louise

“I’m a dog person but this is also great.” – Hannah

“I’m a dog person and this is hilarious.” – Louise

“This one is hilarious.” – Hannah

“I’m a dog person and this is spectacular.” – Louise

“I’m a dog person and this is great.” – Hannah

“I’m a dog person but this is hilarious.” – Louise

“I’m a dog person and this is brilliant.” – Hannah

“I’m a dog person but this one is hilarious.” – Louise

“I’m a dog person but this one is great.” – Hannah

“I’m a dog person and this is fantastic.” – Hannah

“I’m a dog person but this one is fantastic.” – Louise

“I’m a dog person but this one is outstanding.” – Hannah

“I’m a dog person but this one is great.

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