The Daily Mail is on a roll, and so is its new favorite subject: cat videos.
On Monday, the Daily Telegraph published a series of cat videos, including one from the BBC series Cat Wars, which has already been watched more than a billion times.
The series, written and directed by Cat Wars director Andy Richter, centers around the titular character, a cat-like creature who is an inspiration to the British royal family.
In one clip, the cat is shown chasing a giant rat.
“I just wanted to put a cat in the Royal family,” Richter told the Telegraph.
“It’s a bit like, if I was in the world, it’d be me.”
The Daily Mail has been posting a cat video every Monday for the past six months.
In February, the paper posted a cat story, featuring a kitten in a kitty bed.
On Tuesday, the Mail posted a clip from the new BBC series, Cat Wars.
In the first clip, a little black kitten runs around a room in a cage with a giant mouse.
“What a cute little thing,” the Mail captioned the video.
“Cats are cute.”
On Wednesday, the Telegraph posted a video from the British TV show The Cat Files, which is based on the BBC’s popular The Cat Show, which also has a cat theme.
The show has a lot of cats in it, with a cat named Bucky, played by actor David Harewood.
The show also features a cat called the Fuzz, played only by actress Helen McCrory.
“We got into this relationship because we liked cats,” McCrories said in a video accompanying the clip.
“We wanted to show the world that cats can be real.”
As of Wednesday, more than 2.5 million people had viewed the DailyMail cat videos on YouTube.
“They’re getting a lot more people,” McCraeys said.
“I think people are getting tired of all the cats, but we’ve been trying to stay on the cat side of things, and we’ll see what happens.”
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