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Cats as sushi: a bizarre Japanese ad series

Despite the recent fascination with everything cats, I don’t like felines. I don’t care if Twitter made an alternate cat version that’s super cute. I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that I’m allergic to the little fur-balls and don’t enjoy their obnoxious memes. So when I came across this bizarre ad series by the Japanese company Tange and Nakimushi Peanuts, I was greatly disturbed. How could anyone even think of letting a cat rub its furry body all over their sushi? This is wrong on so many levels.

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