Cats, Cocaine, and Currency
There are a lot of alarming photographs in Will Zweigart’s Gmail inbox.
“I got a couple of New Year’s Eve photos that were way off the charts. They’d probably give PETA a heart attack,” he recalled. “Literally just like, huge lines of coke and the cats near them with bottles of champagne in the background. And, of course, the requisite 20- and 50-dollar bills.”
It only makes sense that people would send Zweigart that kind of photographic material. After all, he’s the creator of Ca$hcats.biz, the Internet’s one-stop shop for pictures of cats positioned near obscene displays of wealth. But the guy has standards—he passed on that New Year’s Eve cocaine party shot.
“I wanna be considerate of the other cats out there and not encourage bad behavior among the owners,” the 33-year old Brooklynite said in the accent of his native North Carolina. “I didn’t wanna call into question whether that was actually good for the cat’s welfare or not.”
Read the rest over at Motherboard.
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