Instagram has been taken over by early adopters posting pictures of Exploding Kittens, the crowd-sourced card game that netted its creators a whopping $8,782,571. I noticed this when a friend published this picture of her cat, Frida, checking out her copy of the game.
While Frida seems level-headed about the appearance of this volatile addition to her calm world, it’s safe to say that most kitties across the world are not exactly enamored with the way their humans have helped promote the Exploding Kittens movement. Here’s how they’ve been fighting back.
This smart black cat knows that there’s definitely something suspicious about this package.
A state of denial
Lily here is doing her best to simply deny the existence of the offending parcel.
An olfactory investigation of the contents of the blue box by this fearless ginger trooper confirms that Exploding Kittens is not cool for cats.
We shall not be moved
This long-haired lovely is captured taking a righteous stand on the front lines as he attempts to prevent his human taking control of this so-called “card game.”
The sheer look of horror on the face of this upstanding feline lets you know just how heinous the Exploding Kittens propaganda is.
In the trenches
Cats across the world have been instructed to fight back with the classic tactic of simply sitting on the game’s instructions. This tortoiseshell is a sterling foot soldier.
This feline general is displaying battle expertise as he obscures almost 90 percent of the enemy’s tactical plans.
Sometimes the battle demands extreme maneuvers. This honorable kitty is literally throwing himself in the line of duty to hinder any Exploding Kittens play sessions.
Go ahead, box me in
But with humans showing few signs of ceasing their dishonorable playing of Exploding Kittens, a new response is called for. Yep, he who controls the box gains the ultimate spoils!
About Phillip Mlynar: The self-appointed world’s foremost expert on rappers’ cats. When not penning posts on rap music, he can be found building DIY cat towers for his adopted domestic shorthair, Mimosa, and collecting Le Creuset cookware (in red). He has also invented cat sushi, but it’s not quite what you think it is.