AUSTIN (KXAN) - A trend that seems to be clawing its way to the top surface of the Internet might get some people catty, courtesy of the website BridesThrowingCats.com.
Instead of flowers in the traditional bouquet toss, it's felines.
In the slight case you're worried about Tardar Sauce's, a.k.a. "Grumpy Cat," feelings ... not to worry. The website makes it clear: "It's all a bit of fun, Photoshopping cats in place of bouquets for brides to throw."
And the resulting art is all accomplished with a very delicate equation: "(Bride - Bouquet + Cat) * Photoshop = Brides Throwing Cats."
For those insistently curious -- almost as curious as a cat -- the website insists: "No cats were harmed in the making of this Tumblr, and we certainly don’t encourage anyone to throw a cat ever, let alone on their wedding day."
You know people ... and the Web ... they love their cats!
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