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It’s National Hug Your Cat Day

June 4th is National Hug Your Cat Day and, depending on the personality of the cat you choose, this could be a dangerous proposition. Still, it’s hard to resist the furry little friends, they’re just so adorable and well, huggable.

On this most feline affectionate of days, here’s a roundup of cat things we love with a few cat hugs thrown in for good measure.

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A black and white cat hugging with their tails in the shape of a heart?? This is why the internet was made.

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A cat hugging a stuffed bear. Your day just got better.


Sometimes even Spidey needs some comfort.

Cat love

Cat Versus Human
Having a cat is a love/hate relationship, you love them, they sometimes hate you. Nothing captures this relationship better than the online comic Cat Versus Human. Artist Yasmine Surovec understands the ups and down of feline love and her comics are hilarious and truthful. While they’re only updated online about once a month, they’re well worth the wait. You can also buy the paperback Cat Versus Human collection online.

Purrito

Purrito shirt
Obviously we at Nerdist love our burritos and what is more huggable than a cat and burrito mashup? A kitty embraced by the warm hug of a tortilla, this Purrito cat tee is everything we could want and more, the only thing missing is guacamole.

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And finally, this is how cats bro-hug.

How are you celebrating National Cat Day? Suggest tips and ways to love ’em — like the video below — in the comments.

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