Watch This Little Boy Teach His Kitten To Meow


Without adorable videos, the internet would just be random opinions, endless selfies, and inane blog posts.

Fortunately, the ability to upload videos has allowed people to overcome these limitations with an abundance of cute.

Cute videos generally come in two categories: cats and kids. These two powerful supernatural forces allow joy to spread from person to person like an infection.

To date no one has ever been known to be hurt by a joy infection from an adorable video. One can only hope humanity will continue to thrive without exploding from cuteness.

This theory is about to be put to the test. Behold: a little boy teaching a kitten to meow.

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Can you handle the cute? I doubt it.

Let’s break down the cute here. First: the little boy in the pajamas. That is just head-to-toe cute.

And the way he encourages the kitten each time it opens its mouth is priceless.

But that kitten with the tiny voice, looking to its little human for encouragement each time it speaks?

That is the good stuff. That is the sort of cute that saves the world.

It’s the type of cute that civilizations are built on. If we could tap into this powerful cuteness it is possible, just possible, that the whole world could be saved.

I’ve had a lot of fun with this one, and I think that is obvious.

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In all seriousness though, I would like to encourage all who are reading this to think about ways they can spread the joy.

We live in dark times. Friends and family are arguing politics, the climate is not our friend, and work is hard to come by for many.

Maybe sharing things like this will bring a little joy to people. Folks will always argue politics and the climate will be with us for a long time.

A moment of cute, a quick smile and laugh, will help us pause, look up, and take a deep breath. I hope you will all join me in this.

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