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Meet the new 'grumpy cat' - a moody furball that bears a striking resemblance to the internet icon.


Sora the small framed Ragdoll cat, known to her owner as 'MeowMeow' is 11-years-old and lives with her owner Clara Lin in Taiwan.

Clara adopted 'MeowMeow' around 10 years ago and shared adorable images of her online.

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The internet was very quick to point out the feline's uncanny resemblance to the internet icon 'Grumpy Cat' who passed away in 2019.

Carla Lin, 33, said:

"MeowMeow has a Japanese name was 'Sora', means sky, because she has a beautiful blue eyes. But her grandma always call her MeowMeow. I think it's her name now."

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"I adopted her around 10 years ago. I support 'adopt, don't shop.' Since I have my cats, they have taught me a lot things."
"I met her in 2009 on October 10th. That day is her new birthday. She is like my child. We've lived together for a long time."

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"Grumpy Cat is very cute, and does look like my cat. When my friends asked me is it your cat on TV?
"I was contradicting because I thought MeowMeow's eyes were more gentle not grumpy."
"When I posted pics of her on Imgur in just one night I had gotten so many likes and messages."

Clara Lin / SWNS

'MeowMeow' certainly seems like a legend in the making!

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