There was a TV show in Iceland called "Keeping up with the Kattarshians". It was a 24 hour live broadcast of cats in a tiny model house.

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If you think that Keeping Up with the Kattarshians sounds like a Kardashian knockoff, but with cats, you’re exactly right. Launched in 2017, the web series follows four cute kittens as they flop and claw their way around a miniature house. There’s no drama, no heartfelt confessionals, no fabulous clothes. There are just a bunch of kittens being cute.

Broadcast from Reykjavík, Iceland, the live stream followed a revolving cast of kittens all in one playpen. Once a kitten was adopted, they were removed from the “house” and replaced by another kitty in need of a forever home.

Currently Keeping Up with the Kattarshians is no longer live streaming. The project ended around 2018. As sad as it is to know that you can no longer watch kittens scamper in real-time, that’s secretly great news since most of the kittens featured in the project were adopted. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy their meowing antics from the comfort of your own home.

Keeping Up with the Kattarshians‘ YouTube Page currently features six videos of the scamps. One of those videos is a six-hour stream of the cats. There’s even an Instagram page if you want to see more pictures of your favorites.

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