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I so much wanted this to work, with the new rash of Abbott faces all over Facebook; but it has not once worked.
Essential for any newshound that wants to keep being informed, but finds that reading what the populist (yet unpopular) right wing PM says and seeing his image just makes you violently ill.
Now my incredulous disbelief is made bearable by aw so cute kittens.
It even makes the Liberal Party web site seem cuddly! Could we have more images of 'celebrities' treated the same way? Donkeys replacing Kim Kardashian would be a good start.
I really don't want to see pictures of sharp toothed, carrion-eating, self absorbed, non-sentient ferals on my feed!
This replaces him with cute kitty cats :)
I've been getting close to clawing my eyes out recently due to the abundant numbers of Abbott pics, thankfully this simple add-on has saved my eyesight, therefore saving my job prospects and helping save the economy. More than Tony has done.
This add-on greatly improved my quality of life.
This add-on has now made headlines in the Australian media:
Stopping 'Stop Tony Meow': how web plug-in caught the Department of Prime Minister's attention - http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/stopping-stop-tony-meow-how-web-plugin-caught-the-department-of-prime-ministers-attention-20140422-zqxuu.html
...Now, if only it were available for another politician; no make that many politicians and/or celebrities.
I'm extremely pleased that now if I happen to browse a news site, instead of being appalled by Tony Abbott's grim and unsettling face, I am now charmed by a cute kitty. I may have to vote for kitty in the next election as well.
Dramatically improves the appearance of any Australian news-related website. Now if only it replaced the text with "Mr Rabbit"