Cat owners, ever scroll through your camera roll and see rows upon rows of pictures of your feline friend? We get it, when they're sitting there all cute and fluffy it's pretty hard not to capture their every move.
They're the biggest posers.
But, don't worry, because according to new research you're certainly not the only one hoarding cat pics.
According to new research from OnePoll, the average owner spends around 1,016 hours with their cat every year, and takes a whopping seven photos a day.
OnePoll, who interviewed 1000 cat owners on behalf of Fresh Step litter, also found that 42 per cent of those polled had a framed photo of their cat or another much loved feline in their home, too.
And it's no wonder cats take pride of place across the house, seeing as 60 per cent of their owners would describe them as "loyal".
Cat photography is certainly having a moment, as recently several kitties have even become 'insta-famous' after their owners made them their own social media profiles.
One of the most famous cat to experience this stardom was Grumpy Cat, real name Tardar Sauce, who was an American Internet sensation before her death in May of this year.
Known for her adorably grumpy facial expression, caused by an underbite and feline dwarfism, the kitty's owner Tabatha Bundesen certainly liked taking snaps of her, so much so that she quickly went viral and gained more than 2.7 million Instagram followers.
And before her passing, she even appeared on TV shows alongside her owners, taking to her newfound life of fame like a pro.
She's not the only photogenic cat to make it big, as Siamese Tabby Nala the cat is also now so famous that she has 4.3 million followers on the platform.
Thanks to her owner's cute snaps Nala even has sponsored deals on her social media pages, and is the face of her own cat food brand.
We're starting to think rather than framing our cat pictures we should be posting them on the 'gram.
Could your kitty be the next cat-fluencer?
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