- An ordinary grey and white house cat has become very popular online after photos capturing its reaction to Jennifer Lopez's performance at Biden's swearing-in ceremony went viral
- People said that the feline's almost shocked reaction makes them want to get a cat, adding that pets' responses could be very funny, judging from the material that's available all over the web
- There were others who said the cat was just about getting loud as JLo's song asked listeners to do
The photos of a cat and its reaction during the inauguration ceremony of Joe Biden's presidency on Wednesday, January 20, have gone viral
Phots showed that the cat was wide-eyed as Jennifer Lopez performed her popular song, Let's get Loud at the event.
The owner of the pet, Sarah Kaplan, shared the snaps on her Twitter page and said:
"My cat when JLo broke into 'Let's get Loud".
In the first frame of the shared pictures, the cat lay on the couch as she backed the PC streaming the live event.
When the video of the singer came on, the cat looked wide awake as it stared at the person taking its pictures.
See the post below:
As at the time of writing this report, the tweet has gathered over 354,000 likes with thousands of retweets.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"Your cat makes me happy!"
"love your cat!"
"That’s what I’m sayin’!"
"Well, some cats are louder than others..."
"Beautiful baby. Gorgeous Animal."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that pop icon Lady Gaga performed the US national anthem at Joe Biden's inauguration and according to the reactions, she definitely killed it!
The star, who is known for her over-dramatic outfits, did not disappoint as she showed up at the podium, set up in the US Capitol, donning a custom Schiaparelli haute couture outfit.
The dress had a billowing red bottom that was pretty huge and a nice blacktop that clutched on to her skin. A golden dove brooch was also added to her top and this instantly made fans describe it as Hunger Games inspired outfit.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!
Source: Briefly News