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These Pictures Of Cardboard Cat Art Will Make Anyone Laugh

“Cardboard Cat Art” is the trend of painting a box with whatever style you fancy, cutting a hole in the box and playing with your cat until it sticks its head through the hole! It sounds complicated, but it is nothing more than a bit of fun for both owner and pet…

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