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View Kittens and Pandas Everywhere!

SUMMARY: Replace ugly images on webpages viewed in Google Chrome with pandas and kitties.

Have you visited a website inside Google Chrome and found that the images got you down? Wish you saw something cute instead?

The Cutify extension lets you replace photos on webpages with images of baby goats, bunnies, kittens, red pandas, and sloths. That's right - if you'd rather not see an image of a reality TV star, political figure, or arrogant athlete you can right-click on their photo and choose "Cutify" - "Cutify to Cute Kittens". It's that simple.


Kitties replace a photo in a news story on E! Online - you can then change the photo to bunnies



* Cutify extension for Google Chrome

Extension screenshots, features, and availability are subject to change. Some photos, especially those in https:// pages or inside Flash animations may not change. I do not know where the 'cute' images are coming from so your mileage may vary.

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