Very funny photos of cats who do not want to be photographed with their owners

Obviously, cats can’t own smartphones, mainly because touchscreens aren’t easy to use when you have paws. However, if that were the case, they would most likely use them to call the dogs, ignore the calls of their masters, and seek out the best strategies for world domination.

Some cats will simply refuse to smile, others will panic, and many are likely to attack you if you try to take a picture of them. From the pictures we could find on the internet, cats really hate selfies.

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Here are the funniest moments when it comes to selfies with cats, check it out!

Although felines are considered indifferent and even boring creatures to many, they can be very quirky in their behavior. This unique personality is what sets them apart from the rest of the animal kingdom.

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The networks are flooded with funny photos and videos of cats that keep users entertained and amused, but the reason for their recent success years remains a mystery. Thousands of owners, simply by uploading a photo or video, fill their pages with millions of likes and shares.

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This phenomenon is not only due to the current pet movement, but there is a scientific explanation that supports this boom in pet videos.

Researcher Jessica Gall Myrick, author of the study “Emotional Regulation, Procrastination, and Online Cat Videos: Who’s Watching These Cats, Why, and to What Effect,” said the feeling they elicit is one of joy and of hope.

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In a world where the news is often not entirely enjoyable, distracting yourself with this wholesome content produces a sense of enjoyment and even aids concentration at work.

“The results support a conceptual model arguing that happiness obtained from watching cats on the Internet may moderate the relationship between procrastination motives, guilt, and pleasure,” said Myrick in his study published in sciencedirect.

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The results were obtained after conducting a survey of nearly 7,000 Internet users who were able to test the associations between personality traits, past behavior and viewing media related to felines on the Internet.

“It is possible that viewing online media related to cat videos improves mood, but this activity may also improve negative outcomes related to internet use for procrastination”, added the author.

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It is well known that psychology constantly develops the concept of happiness as one of the paths to intellectual well-being and creativity. To think that a simple funny pet video can make a great contribution to intellectual and personal development is really great news for network users who are fans of animal videos.

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“Joy awakens interest in play and creativity. Curiosity encourages exploration and learning. Serenity invites us to savor the circumstances of the present and integrate them into a new perspective on ourselves and the world around us”, told gerryvelasco Barbara Fredricksona professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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