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This Cat Did Not Live for 31 Years Just to See Trump Become President

When I was born in 1985, the world was a different place. Many of you probably weren’t alive yet, and that’s OK. The future is our young people, I always say, or at least I would if I could talk. Fact is, I couldn’t talk before all my teeth fell out. These days when I meow, it sounds like the wind whipping through a forest of dead trees. When I purr, it sounds like metal shards being poured into a woodchipper.
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