You Can Stream A Reality Show Starring Rescue Kittens Right Now
It's called "Keeping Up With The Kattarshians."
Great news for people who love reality TV and also love cats: There's a new show about a group of kittens all living together. (Kind of like "Real World," but much cuter.)
It's called Keeping Up With The Kattarshians and features four main cast members: Guðni, Ronja, Briet and Stubbur. All four of the kittens are rescues, and were all up for adoption until recently, when they met their forever families.
"The cats in the show were found abandoned in a factory and rescued," Hlynur Sigurðsson, producer and manager at Skot Productions, told The Dodo. "On Monday they will be adopted by Icelandic families and new cats will move into the house."
The Icelandic Cat Protection Society teamed up with two Icelandic production companies to make this show a reality - and to help promote rescue and adoption.
The kittens live in an oversized dollhouse together. The house is furnished with things like cute kitten-sized chairs and bunkbeds, and the current residents are constantly knocking over furniture and creating drama. A litter box sits just outside the dollhouse for the residents to use.
Even when the kittens are just taking a nap, which happens a lot, they're still the cutest.
The house is equipped with tiny cameras that film the kittens' every move, and the show is available to stream online.
After the current stars of the show go off to their forever families, Hekla, Katla, Vigdís, Þór and Bubbi will be moving into the house in their place.
Check out a video about the show below: