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The internet loves cats. And puppers. And doggos.

So you’d be pleased to find out that South Korea’s First Pets are all from shelters, and that they’re cute as heck.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in introduced his cat — Jjing-jjing — to the country’s presidential mansion yesterday (May 14):

Jjing-jjing is coming to the Blue House alongside Maroo and Tory, Moon’s dogs. The cat rose to fame during Moon’s first presidential campaign in 2012, when Moon ran against Park Geun-hye.

The cat seems to be adapting well to the Blue House — but Moon tweeted his concerns about how Jjing-jjing — a adept bird-catcher — might attack a flycatcher who had built a nest.

“Jjing-jjing has arrived, but I have a concern,” he tweeted. “There are five baby…



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