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Source: Twitter

This Little Girl Guilted Her Dad Into Getting Her A Cat With A 'Wall Of Sorrow'

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A Twitter user named Danielle Grubisic has created a new hero for animal lovers everywhere by sharing her little sister's "wall of sorrow." What sorrow, you ask? The sorrow of all the poor kitty cats out there waiting to be adopted and loved by a loving family. This kid knew exactly how to pluck her pop's heartstrings and get the pet of her dreams. 

"My little sister made a 'wall of sorrow' to make my dad feel bad so she could get a cat.. well it worked," she wrote.

This may be the best succession of photos I've ever seen, from the detailed photos of weeping kittens and the desperate "please:"

To the final result:

Look at that kitty making friends with dad! Grubisic's little sister got her cat, and that cat got several new friends.

People are applauding her manipulative ingenuity. "Clever girl," wrote one. "Ur dad’s reaction killed me," wrote another. One person even hilariously added, "IVE ALREADY TRIED DOING THIS AND IT DIDNT WORK ):"

Except for the ones who are rudely pointing out her spelling errors.

"I wouldn’t get my kid a cat because of that until she demonstrated your/you’re and their/they’re properly," wrote one angry dude.

C'mon, guys. This is the Internet. No one spells anything correctly.

Also, she's 13 years old. Cut her some slack, people. At 13 years old, I might have been able to spell better, but only because my classmates and I weren't constantly tweeting and using the internet to chat with each other in acronyms. Actually, maybe we were. But regardless, this girl's grammar is definitely not why we're here.

This is a family that looks out for each other, and all the cats. Adopt don't shop!