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    • HE LOOKS LIKE MY CAT I FOUND ON THE HIGHWAY
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    • Abogado in spanish is lawyer, gato is cat. Therefore his name is a play on words meaning lawyer cat and I love it so much
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    • Gato is Spanish for cat. Therefore his last name is Advocat
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    • That's so stupid, how about get rid of the dirty stray animal?
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    • Probably makes more than me in fucking tuna
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    • Ah he's a lawyer, a very suave cat indeed
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    • Advocat
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    • Advogato, what a god tier pun
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    • Are you telling me that this cat passed the fucking bar
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    • The one proper way to deal with a stray
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    • Not same puss
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    • Bro update his nametag
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    • Anyone remember that kids show with the group of cats. I swear the one on the right was the same as the cat in that show.
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    • That’s a beautiful cat
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    • That’s a different cat. His eyes are different between pictures.
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    • I need a TV show called advocat now
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    • Did... did they really name him advocat
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    • What do mean you won't take my case? Pussy...
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    • to those who didn't understand, the company he is "working" it's from Brazil (where I live), and lawyer in portuguese is "advogado" and cat is "gato" then they mixed it in Advogato
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    • Thats such a pretty kitty
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    • Esquire
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    • lol cause in spanish advogado means lawer
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    • Before and after pics be crazy different
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    • Does anyone notice he got healthier 😻
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    • Advogato is such a puny name in Portuguese. Advogado, lawyer; plus Gato, Cat.
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    • Leon: "Your honor my client is innocent on all charges and this trial in un-pawful" 🤣🤣🤣
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    • Abogato would have been funnier 😔 it’s like a double pun you cnutbags
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    • "Meow" *Hands you business card*
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    • Why would you complain about him asshat
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    • “Who can represent me in this trial?” I know a guy at this firm...
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    • Aww kitter 😺
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    • The best part of this is gato is Spanish for cat. So he’s actually Leon advo-CAT esq.
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    • advogato
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    • Eyes change from yellow to blue?!?
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    • I swear i seen this like 6 times. But i give it a smile everytime :)
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    • His name translated is lion lawyer if anyone it curious
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    • Wasn't this featured yesterday?
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    • What’s with all the cat features? Not that I’m complaining though.
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    • Aw. I'm a sucker for blue eyes too
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    • I still Advocato would would have been better.....
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    • Your telling me two different law firms had stray cats and both adopted and hired the cat... yeah ima call bullshit on one of these
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    • Advocating for every purrson out there.
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    • What does 'esquire' even mean. Yes i know i could look it up. Impress me with your knowledge
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    • Lion avocado
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    • Advogato. Advo = advisement, gato = cat
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    • Good cuz his eyes were getting infected
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    • Refeature with different context
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    • Amazing how its eyes changed color and its ears got bigger. And right after like 3 other of these same memes got featured......
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    • (advo)gato... What about cat?
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    • Saw the same post but about a library so which one is it
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    • So, in order to be a lawyer, I have to either get a law degree and pass the bar, or be a stray cat? That’s discrimination. Meow muthafukas.
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    • “Advogato” that’s gay. Advocate is better.
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    • What kind of cat is this
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    • Advogato = advogado + gato(lawyer+cat)
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    • Brazil can be a good place sometimes
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    • First it was a bank now its a law firm
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    • Lmao why esquire?
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    • In the US Esquire usually means lawyer, while in the uk I'm pretty sure it's a title of respect
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    • Who complains about seeing a cat running around?
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    • Should have been Leon Abogado (which means Lawyer in Spanish)
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    • Mr. Meow did you file those motion papurrrsss?
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    • 2 different cats
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    • I hope y’all all realize that those are two different cats. Look at their eyes. Also this was featured last week
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    • Couldn’t have just named him Advo-Cat, they had to make him Spanish 🙄
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    • It's funny because advogato means advocate, but gato means cat.
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    • It sucks, he gets paid more, got the promotion that I was seeking after, and found out he is plowing my wife tbh.
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    • How much of a donut do you have to be to complain about a tray cat.
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    • If you just translate gato then it’s advocat
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    • Because Abogado means Lawyer and Gato means Cat. Nice one
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    • Awww his last name is a pun on the Spanish words for “lawyer” and “cat”
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    • Cat gets injured and the law firm gets stuck in a lengthy legal battle debating rather or not they legally must pay workman's comp to this injured employee. Ends up spending $17,542 on court fees to come to the conclusion, no...animals don't have human rights
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    • FYI, this roughly translates to lion advo-cat
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