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BATMAN V SUPERMAN as Kittens: This is Not a Drill

BATMAN V SUPERMAN as Kittens: This is Not a Drill

Listen: we’re not going to apologize for putting this video in front of your eyeballs, effectively neutering your day’s productivity. After all, we live on the internet—and as everyone knows, the internet is comprised of approximately 8.275 billion cats at any moment. So what’s a few more, eh? Especially when they’re a couple of teeny, be-caped wunderkittens sent to protect the good people of Gotham and Metropolis?

America/internet/the world, I give you Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice …as played by kittens:

I MEAN LOOK AT THESE TWO LI’L ITTY BITTY CUTIE WOOTIES. Look at them with their teeny tiny widdle capes and their superuperwooper powers! (Whoops, sorry.) In what world would you not want to watch this? In what universe is this not somehow—in some way—already better than the Zack Snyder movie that’s about to befall us all? Spoiler alert: Batman wins the battle because Superman LITERALLY FALLS ASLEEP given his small and tiny and new to the world stature. Of course he gets exhausted easily! Even the Son of Krypton has to catch a few Zzz’s from time to time.

Thankfully, The Pet Collective knows all of this and brought this collective internet feverdream to beautiful, cuddly wuddly—ugh sorry again. Old habits die hard—life. And we are forever indebted to them for that.

What do you think, though? Any other superheroes you’d like to see kitty-ized? Let us know in the comments below.

Image Credit: The Pet Collective

Alicia Lutes is the Managing Editor of Nerdist. Find her on Twitter talkin’ ’bout keyewt li’l animals (@alicialutes).

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