Move over Kim and Kourtney, these new sassy reality stars are in town and they’re bringing more drama, cat fights and larger than life personalities than can be found in any Kardashians episode.
Keeping Up With The Kattarshians is the beautiful slice of feline life you never knew you needed. Or, if you’re anything like me, you’ve probably longed for – for years.
The show follows the trials and tribulations of a playful group of kittens as they navigate the tricky road to cat-hood. There’s a few hairballs along the way, but they can always rely on one another to share a cuddle and a catnap.
Live Kattarshians footage can be streamed 24/7, directly from the kitties’ lovely, purpose built home. The tiny house has all the modern comforts befitting a B-list celebrity cat, including kitten sized furniture, scratching posts and plenty of toys.
The cats’ wellbeing is top priority, with careful consideration being given to regulated lighting and temperature. The house includes hideaways for privacy and there are times when the cameras are switched off to allow time for strokes from their human servants.
Keeping Up With The Kattarshians – I'm in heaven https://t.co/lzYuwBqxsH
— Nicola (@Niccolaa) September 3, 2017
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— Bobster (@BobsterYoutube) September 3, 2017
— Kara Widdison (@kwiddison28) September 1, 2017
Just like the Kardashian sisters, these fluffy stars all have their own unique persona. Current kittens include chilled out Halldór and neat freak Ragga, as well as fearlessly determined Fandis and social butterfly Snotra.
There’s also mischievous bundle of fun Gæi, whose love of the limelight could well cause mayhem in the house…
The kittens are all watched over by momager – mum/manager, obvs – cat Ilmur, who is reportedly a much quieter and softer character than ruthlessly ambitious Kris.
— Kost (@kostmayer) August 11, 2017
The feline stars are rescue kittens, and so once they have found their fur-ever homes, new whisker babies will take centre stage and so the circle of cuteness will continue.
Catch up on their latest antics below:
I need to find out where this house is immediately so I can move in…
Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.