What do you do when you have a cat whose face looks like the emoji you use when someone on a group text makes a fat joke — i.e., the one that expresses astonishment and horror? You create a social media account, and watch the followers pile up, duh!
That’s exactly what Matt Taghioff, a 31-year-old living in South East London, did for his cat, Zelda, whom he adopted after seeing an advertisement that read, “don’t be put off by my spooked expression.”
Taghioff was the opposite of put off — he was charmed, as are Zelda’s 30,000+ Twitter followers.
Tweeting under the name “Curious Zelda,” the cat lets her followers know how she feels about the things she encounters, from Thai massages to banisters to ordinary sounds. Often, she speaks in haikus. Always, her expression is the same — she literally cannot even start.
(On a side note, if this Matt Taghioff guy is single, he seems like a catch. He’s a funny cat man!)
For some of our favorite Zelda moments, see below.
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