There's no perfect substitute for Caturday morning programming on Netflix or YouTube.

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Despite the ubiquity of YouTube, Netflix and other video on demand services, a cat named Cacaouette still finds simple pleasure in waking up early on a Saturday morning and watching cartoons on broadcast TV.

“There’s no fast-forwarding, no episode choice,” says Chester Bigelow, the cat’s roommate. “You just flick on the tube and watch whatever’s on. Heck, sometimes I end up watching too.”

Via Nicolas Fleury.


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