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Cat Yoga with Feline Experts

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We did cat yoga at the Center for Feline Studies and spoke with two feline experts about why cats on the internet are so addictive.

The second episode in VICE's cat series features Jeffrey Bussolini, owner of the Center for Feline Studies, and Amy Kellner, creator of The Cute Show.

Watch the first episode of VICE's cat series, featuring Keyboard Cat Guy, here.

These interviews were filmed during the making of VICE's new film, Lil Bub & Friendz, directed and produced by Andy Capper and Juliette Eisner—coming soon!

Watch the teaser for
Lil Bub & Friendz here.

Stay tuned for the last episode in VICE's cat series, airing on March 13.

Special thanks to:
Amy Kellner
Jeffrey Bussolini
The Cute Show - Cat Prin!
The Center for Feline Studies

The New York Times

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