Meet “Meow Meow” The New Grumpy Cat That Looks Even Angrier Than The Last One
The whole world wept when Tardar Sauce, popularly known as Grumpy Cat, passed away in March 14, 2019 at the age of seven. It was truly sad but remember that one’s passing away makes way for the new. And it all makes sense because there’s a new feline sensation that bears the same ‘grumpy’ facial appearance that of the late Tardar Sauce. We introduce to you Meow Meow, a giant fluffball from Taiwan. And this lovely lady is currently winning the hearts of all cat lovers around the world.
While it’s true that no kitty can ever replace Grumpy Cat, people can’t help but recognize the striking similarity between Meow Meow and the late internet celebrity. Just like her late predecessor, Meow Meow also has that permanently ‘angry’ look that people find so fascinating. However, their ‘grumpy’ faces also have distinctive differences.
The late Grumpy Cat had a medical condition called feline dwarfism and a dental disorder called malocclusion (underbite). These conditions contributed to her ‘always furious’ look. Meow Meow, on the other hand, looks so ‘angry’ due to the ‘Batman’ mark on her face. Her droopy glabella makes her look like she is brooding all the time. Despite her grumpy appearance, her owner says that Meow Meow is a sweet and gentle kitty.
“I met her at an old pet shop,” Clare, Meow Meow’s owner, shares. “Her ex-owner abandoned her for some unknown reason. She was 10 months old at that time, so me and my younger brother took her to our house and she became my first cat.”
Clare also revealed that her grumpy cat wakes her up every day by massaging her using her fluffy paws. Just like any other kitties, Meow Meow is also a picky eater and only eats her favorite canned cat food. But what makes her unique from other fastidious kitties is that she can nicely keep her cool even in most stressful times. One instance was when she stayed at the vet clinic for her hyperthyroidism treatment.
Normally, cats would go into a fit of rage the moment they enter the vet clinic. But Meow Meow kept her grace and dignity throughout her treatment. Although she must have hated all the physical check-ups and laboratory tests.
Here’s what people have to say about the new Grumpy Cat