Let our fluffy kitty clean your screen! Our virtual cat will work overtime on licking every last bit of that computer screen until it's clean. Sit down with your friends and family and watch Sylvester go to work. Every time you share our kitty cleaner we will give her a treat.
Let our cat go to work cleaning on cleaning your computer screen virtually. She works to clean your screen digitally by us rubbing tuna on a clear glass window.
Is our virtual cat not cutting it for you? Well then the best way to clean your computer or laptop screen at home is with a soft microfiber cloth or towel. Avoid at all costs any multi-surface cleaner that contains acetone because it can damage your screens protective coating.
First, never use any alcohol-based products on your screen. Most people think cleaners like Windex would work, but are very bad for monitors and screens. We strongly disagree with using Windex. There is a coating on your LED or LCD screen that can actually come off with too strong of a product like Windex.
The best way to properly clean your screen is with a super soft cloth and just a dab of water. The best cloths to use are the automotive clothes made of microfiber. These are the clothes you would typically use when you are buffing or waxing your car. The have a super soft feel to them and are very gentle on your screen.
Pictures, gifs, memes, and videos of cats and dogs are quirky and expressive. They seem to keep the attention of even the fastest-browsing web user.
Among all pets, "cats" are the most searched-for animals on the web. The youtube videos starring cats have more than 26 billion views. This makes cats one of the most popular categories on youtube.
On Instagram, Reddit, Buzzfeed, and Youtube, there are plenty of daily new posts, videos, and pictures on both cats and dogs. Even YouTube videos get more searches for dogs as compared to cats. However, cat content always gets more viral than dog content.
Cats are internet veterans and have a very strong presence. According to some sources, cats drive almost 15 percent of all internet traffic. There are also about 30 million Google searches per month for the search term “cat". Instagram is really their online habitat.
Some of the popular internet celebrity cats are:
Lil Bub (Lillian Bubbles)
Oskar and Klaus
Venus the Two-Faced Cat
Hamilton the Hipster Cat
Maru, master of boxes
Cole and Marmalade - the rescued kitties
Famous internet dogs Here’s a list of the famous internet celebrity dogs:
Boo the Pomeranian
Jiff the Pomeranian
Doug the Pug
Maru the Shiba
Tuna the Chiweenie
Marnie the rescue dog Manny the Frenchie Minnie Max - the head-tilting Pugs
Mishka the talking Husky
Corgnelius the Corgi