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Adorable Cats And Dogs Acting Like Humans 100 Years Ago

Apparently, The LOLcat is not a new phenomenon ;)

These amazingly sharp photographs of kittens and pups are a century old, but their humor and appeal is timeless, as the Internet has proven again and again. Photographer Harry Whittier Frees, born in 1879, began a career in cute-animal photography in 1906, building out a small studio to produce postcards, calendars, and children's books. Here's a collection of Frees's work from June 1914.


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    Via: Harry Frees / Library of congress

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