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Famous Cats Getting Frisky 

December 11, 2013
Friskies gathered top internet cat sensations Grumpy Cat, Colonel Meow, Nala Cat, Oskar the Blind Cat and Hamilton the Hipster Cat into a cat supergroup to create their first-ever holiday music video, which actress Angela Kinsey presented at a press conference on Tuesday. The video, "Hard to Be a Cat at Christmas" is online, and the best part is that Friskies will give away one can of cat food for every view of the music video, up to 500,000 views. The donations will be given to the five charities that each celebrity cat selected. All photos by Nanette Gonzales.
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Friskies gathered top internet cat sensations Grumpy Cat, Colonel Meow, Nala Cat, Oskar the Blind Cat and Hamilton the Hipster Cat into a cat supergroup to create their first-ever holiday music video, which actress Angela Kinsey presented at a press conference on Tuesday. The video, "Hard to Be a Cat at Christmas" is online, and the best part is that Friskies will give away one can of cat food for every view of the music video, up to 500,000 views. The donations will be given to the five charities that each celebrity cat selected. All photos by Nanette Gonzales.
Published on December 11, 2013
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