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Model Vs. Cat: Who Did It Better?

If Zoolander was a cat. Probably.
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Cats totally own the dudes... own I tell ya!
meoowww.. one smokin hot one haha lol
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omg the cat made me laugh so hard love it lol
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all cats win!!!!
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