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Quirky felines have gone past viral status to become legitimate celebrities. Now how will they use their fame?
04.09.13 - 6:07 pm | Caitlin Donohue |
Clockwise from left: No No No Cat, Colonel Meow, Lil Bub, Grumpy Cat, Maru, Luna the Fashion Kitty, and Henri le Chat NoirGUARDIAN ILLUSTRATION BY JEN OAKS
For Grantham, it really is more about the watchers rather than the watched. She'll be peeping you more than Bub's angelic visage rendered large on the downtown Oakland wall: "To me, it'll be more fun watching the audience than watching the cat videos."
OAKLAND INTERNET CAT VIDEO FESTIVAL
May 11, 3-10pm, $10
Great Wall of Oakland
Broadway and W. Grand, Oakl.
CORRECTION: In the print version of this story, Grumpy Cat is referred to as "the undisputed American king of Internet cats." Tardar Sauce, a.k.a. Grumpy Cat is, of course, a girl. The Guardian regrets the error.
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