- Almost 7,000 people took part in the study published in the Computers in Human Behaviour journal, by filling out a survey about how cat videos affect their moods.
- The data showed that people felt less anxious, annoyed and sad after watching a cat-related online media. And in good news for procrastinators, the positive emotions sparked by watching cat videos outweighed any feelings of guilt over time wasting.
- The study also revealed that the most popular sites for watching cat videos emerged as Facebook, YouTube, Buzzfeed and arguably one of the original ‘funny cat’ websites, I Can Has Cheezburger.
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