On Friday, I was randomly sat with Facebook open when an update from sports broadcaster Sky Sports caught my eye.
They created a photo album called Feline Fighters and quite simply took pictures of the WWE's biggest stars and replaced their faces with that of cats.
The pictures - originally found on WWE.com are nothing short of hilarious and offer a new look at some of the WWE's biggest personalities.
The funniest (in my opinion) was that of Bray Wyatt - seen above, in his typically creepy backwards crap walk pose, they replaced him with a somewhat less menacing looking cat.
The best part of the entire picture is how Wyatt's hair continues out of the top of the cats head but completely work with colouring of the feline's head.
Wyatt however wasn't the only WWE superstar to be turned into nothing more than a common house pet.
One that rivalled Wyatt for best picture was in the form of Zeb Colter - while placing his hand over his heart with a very stern cat face, it simply made me chuckle.
Adam Rose, Bo Dallas, Jack Swagger and even Brock Lesnar with his former manager - I forget his name, all became a furry companion.
Dolph Ziggler provided the look of a desperate cat looking upwards at a bowl of food while a bald cat in the form of Cesaro was holding Daniel Bryan in a lock that looked painful..... if you believe his cat face anyway.
The tag team champions Jay and Jimmy Uso also get a feline make over whilst the US Champion Sheamus presents a very wide opened mouth of a cat.
Natalya and Rosa Mendes both become competitive felines in an action shot which just makes comedy on its own.
The WWE's big men weren't left untouched however as Ryback was given the make over of a very startled looking grimalkin - that means cat by the way.
The biggest rising star in the company posed for a picture too as Roman Reigns was seen 'paws-ing' (sorry) for his own feline image.
Finally, an action shot from a match between Bad News Barrett and Rob Van Dam have RVD showing his cat-like reflexes by kicking Barrett in the face.
See all the 'Feline Fighters' picture here.