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POWER RANGERS and Cats Means It’s Nappin’ Time With the Meower Rangers

Go, go Power Rangers!

Unless you found a nice spot in the sun to sleep, Then you’ll probably just do your own thing anyway.

Nap, nap Power Rangers!

And you won’t even be mad at them for sleeping on the job when the entire city is destroyed. Because instead of Morphin’ Time it’s “Meowphin’ Time,” with the fiercest feline team of superheroes the world has ever known, the Mighty Morphin Meower Rangers.

Guided by their floating fish leader Zzzordon, the all-cat team of Kimpuuurly, Jassssson, Trrrini, Zzzzack, and Billllly battle to save the animal kingdom from falling into the paws of the evil Akita Rrrepulsa. That is, when they aren’t hunkering down for some quick shut eye.

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This adorable and funny fan-made video was put together by…hey, wait a second, this was made by the official Power Rangers YouTube channel! Do you know what that means? That means this is officially canon and we are already thinking of ways to retcon this version of the team into the original series.

More importantly, it means we are probably getting more episodes of the Meower Rangers. Akita Rrrepulsa, who isn’t actually seen here, is listed as being played by Doggo the Pupper, and why even give the credit to Doggo if he won’t be in the show-o, you know-o?

And if we’re getting more episodes, that means we could eventually get more characters too. How about Lord Spedd, played by an evil tortoise? Or Alpha Hive, played by…no a bee probably wouldn’t be a good helper. We better slow down and think this through. We obviously want it to be purrfect.

So why don’t you help us out by sharing your best animal casting ideas in the comments below? It would meown a lot to us.

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