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Thursday, January 3, 2013

These Cats Will Help Motivate You to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

Posted By on Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 9:30 AM

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Many of us make New Year's resolutions each January. We decide we're going to finally learn ukelele, or replace beer with quinoa, or quit being a disappointment to our parents. And yet, despite our clean slate, idealistic hopefulness, only 8 percent actually succeed in keeping their resolutions. This year, however, we have a new motivating factor: Cats.

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The cats in this video show us just how easy it is to succeed in common New Year's resolutions like getting organized, getting out of debt, and the ever-present desire to lose weight.

Regardless of whether you've quit your goals already (it has been two long, tortuous days, after all), we hope this cat video provides inspiration, or at least keeps you feline good.

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