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New Temptation Treats for Cats Commercial is weird enough to Go Viral

"Once you shake 'em, you can't shake 'em." Watch the latest commercial from Temptations Treats for Cats.

Jul 10 2012, 9:39am CDT | by

New Temptation Treats for Cats Commercial is weird enough to Go Viral
Photo Credit: Temptation Treats

Cats are definitely the number one animals on Youtube. It should be really easy for cat product companies to just have one viral video after the other. The Youtube viral rules are though a complex mystery, but I think this new Temptations Treats for Cats Commercial will become a Youtube hit. Watch the fury beasts play boots.

Via Meme Machine.


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