The New York Post published a tweet with this video of a product used to lick your cat.
You can finally bond with your cat in a way it can understand pic.twitter.com/zWHh201pt2
— New York Post (@nypost) March 19, 2017
The response was immediate and swift.
I'm now ready to leave the planet. https://t.co/4aD8OpzHYe
— Annie Heckenberger (@anniemal) March 19, 2017
Burn it all down. https://t.co/lzN9yP8HSX
— John Elizandro (@jeliza01) March 19, 2017
This has gotta be the end, right? Like where do we go from HERE? https://t.co/mKaPuXnKn8
— Phil Poling (@BrothermanPhil) March 19, 2017
I just can't with this. https://t.co/2UjjA9FOK7
— Katy Tur (@KatyTurNBC) March 19, 2017
We live in the dumbest possible timeline https://t.co/J9VPRhufQw
— RedDirtSport (@RedDirtSport) March 19, 2017
What the damn hell is this https://t.co/RnLUFsXBlQ
— Shawn Milrad (@shawnmilrad) March 19, 2017
Civilization has jumped the shark. https://t.co/5cWqdy3xtj
— Tim (@TJCMBJ) March 19, 2017
If you think about buying this please seek medical attention immediately https://t.co/YR6xDGJpht
— Jordan Davis (@JDDavis_) March 19, 2017
— Patrick Bennett (@pjbennett1959) March 19, 2017
The item was actually once pitched on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” much to the amusement of the sharks.
Of course, Greg Gutfeld chimed in with the most important question.
it doesn't answer the one key question: where do you store this device, so no one ever knows that you may have severe emotional problems? https://t.co/7kMvTDoIVY
— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) March 19, 2017