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When Paris Zarcilla, a film maker based in London, went upstairs to get a sweater out from under his bed, he found a tuxedo cat and her four kittens where the sweater should have been. And she wasn’t his cat. Zarcilla documented his find, and subsequent experience of falling in love with the little family, on Twitter in a series of adorable and funny tweets accompanied by precious photos and videos. Read more about this story on Hello Giggles.

If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Monday, we celebrated Memorial Day, on Tuesday, we featured toys from OurPets that engage your cat’s natural instincts, on Wednesday, we told you about Meow MeetUp Chicago, and on Friday, we reviewed Nic Tatano’s new novel, Confessions of an Angel Cat. And don’t forget to enter our giveaway for a Felted Wool Cave from Meowfia!

From the “cats are ever so helpful” files, today’s video shows a kitty “helping” with washing the windows – enjoy!

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Have a great weekend!

Photo via Paris Zarcilla’s Twitter feed

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