I plan to investigate how cats have altered the development of the internet, and how inter-species animal relationships have been changed by increasing digitization. I will pay special attention to the protest strategies employed by other animal groups as they react to the disproportionate representation of their feline peers.
My sources will be drawn from a wide range of online forums frequented by cats, giant oversized rabbits, tiny chicks that have just been hatched, rows of ducklings, and sneezing pandas. I have arranged a Skype interview with a slow loris in 2 weeks, who is the moderator of a forum targeted specifically to animals whose brief fame has faded.
I will also analyze the total ecological footprint of ‘surprised kitty,’ taking into account the server and client hardware, electricity usage, and long-term health effects of repeated viewings.
— by Harvey Nailbiter