Face filters can be a good time. Except when you’re a cat, and everything you thought was true is a digital fur-covered lie.
Below are clips of people testing out cat face filters on their feline friends. Some cats look totally freaked out!
— 最多情報局 (@tyomateee) December 11, 2019
Cute cats Vs. cat filter pic.twitter.com/BatuOqexFB
— GRENINJA (@INTEGRITY_4U) December 6, 2019
The same goes for dogs, it seems.
— Madre Semestrosa (@MSemestrosa) December 6, 2019
Other folks have been trying out different cat face filters to varying degrees of success. Not all cats seem bothered (or even interested) in the face filters.
Tried doing the cat face filter. Sad to say my cat cares more about eating than me pic.twitter.com/detYLlt9ub
— You (@zhaaaaaf) December 10, 2019
I tried the cat mask filter but she didnt bothered at all ?? pic.twitter.com/WcKojlCXw7
— ??? ? (@seoulintherain) December 10, 2019
I tried this cat filter thing with my cat and she just straight up went to sleep pic.twitter.com/5W3HlrcG00
— Kad ? (@ourpanicpilots) December 11, 2019
Your cats might become more affectionate because of the filter.
So I tried the cat filter with my cat but she ended up loving me even more pic.twitter.com/3HTECbyjal
— Alessia♡࿐ 준희 (@junculo) December 11, 2019
I tried that cat filter thing to see how my cat would react and instead he attacked me ? pic.twitter.com/xIxFHnv1u5
— Anna❁Robichaud (@TieDyeChaiTea) December 12, 2019
Featured screenshot: tyomateee