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Lovable Prankster Helps Kitties Get Adopted by Making Them Name Tags

CALIFORNIA – Unless you happen to be a cute and fluffy puppy or kitten yourself, it can be quite difficult to get adopted from a shelter.

That’s why online personality Obvious Plant has decided to use his carefully-honed planting skills to create some eye-catching name tags for the shelter cats at Sante D’Or animal shelter in Los Angeles.

On each and every name tag, there’s a flattering picture of the cat, the cat’s name and then a section detailing the very specific likes and dislikes of that cat.

Obvious Plant certainly does exactly what his name suggests – he plants hilarious objects in random places and documents his hijinks on his Tumblr and Instagram.

This animal shelter prank is clearly his most touching plant to date, and also very amusing. And as far as the cats are concerned, they are ridiculously relatable.

As you may expect, the animal shelter discovered these name tags and was actually not mad about them.

“Thanks for the shout out. Please stop by and see the cats in person. We’d love to chat,” the animal shelter stated on the Facebook post.

The shelter then pointed out an error in one of Obvious Plant’s name tags. “However, Obi is a huge fan of improv comedy…”

Everyone make mistakes.

Do any of these tags make you want to adopt the cat in the photo?





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