What If There Were Tons Of Cats Roaming E3 And No One Noticed?

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With the tens of thousands of people that descend on the Los Angeles Convention Center every year for the Electronic Entertainment Expo, it can be easy to miss seeing a few people. But this year was a little different. Cats roamed the showfloor and no one even seemed to notice. Let's look at the evidence, shall we?

Ok, actually, I doctored cat heads on these attendees. Shocker, I know.

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Alex Rubens is a freelance videogame critic based out of Seattle, Washington. He really likes cats. You can talk about cats with him on Twitter at @alexrubens.

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