Grumpy Cat of Japan is Not Having Any of Your BS

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It looks like Tardar Sauce, aka Grumpy Cat, has a new feline rival for the title of “The World’s Grumpiest Cat.”

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Koyuki is a 9-year-old Scottish fold cat, although she doesn’t bear the breed’s trademark lop ears.

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She lives in Yokohama, Japan, and has gained Insta-fame among its netizens for her permanent scowl.

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“Just her face is angry, but she always feels happy,” her owner told ABC News.

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She has almost 20,000 Instagram followers and 44,000 Twitter followers.

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Her name is Japanese for “light snow.”

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“She is a spoiled and taking kindly to men,” her owner told People. “She likes yoghurt. Her ‘meow’ is sweet voice, contrary to her face.”

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Her owner added: “A veterinarian said she has an unidentified disease. So I’m going to bring her to specializes in circulatory organ constitutional diseases.”

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Hopefully, Kokyuki will get well soon so she can continue bringing smiles to people’s faces around the world.

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