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Monday Cute: Blackberry the Adorable Kitten Is Here to Sing You a Song

From @veggiedayz: “Blackberry has a song he wants to sing for you.” #cutepetclub

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Happy Monday! Are you ready to start the week off right, with your brain exploding from too much cuteness?

Originally posted on Instagram by cutepetclub, Blackberry’s much-extended meow—most unexpected from such a wee kitten—has travelled across social networks. The Instagram post has more than 200k views and on Tumblr he’s earned almost 300k notes—and this post provided a helpful transcript of the video’s momentous event:

Kitten: *small mew*
Cameraperson: *soft “ohhh”*
Kitten: *BIG LONG MEOW*
Cameraperson: *soft laughter* “What was that?”
Kitten: *tiny mew*

It’s hard not to want to laugh and also applaud Blackberry’s virtuoso turn. If you enjoyed watching him, be sure to check out the excellent Instagram account veggiedayz, who took the video and fosters a host of incredibly cute cats and kittens, providing a cat picture and video for every mood. Since Blackberry’s epic meow was recorded more than a year ago, he’s no longer a kitten, but I hope he’s followed his dream and is still singing.

Butternut likes to have her dessert before dinner. {Toys are made by @polydactylcats, who is on her way to China today.}

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Even better than a pot of gold.🌈

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This is why I always have library late fees.

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