Cats Against Brexit Hashtag Breaks Internet

Jess, a 7-year-old female cat, looks on as a mouse runs by in a backyard in Gosport, England July 29, 2011. It is not known whether Jess is hoping for Leave or Remain on Thursday. Reuters

Twitter users in the U.K. have taken to the social media platform to share pictures of their pro-Remain moggies.

The hashtag #CatsAgainstBrexit started trending on Monday afternoon and pet owners have even outlined specific reasons behind their feline's political leaning.

#CatsAgainstBrexit Custard is concerned about her maternity rights.

— Judy Anne (@Judyannne) June 20, 2016

Albie wants the option of being a chat! #CatsAgainstBrexit

— Mad As A March Hare (@twowitwowoo) June 20, 2016

As a former stray/refugee & believer of tolerance & inclusion Bella is a firm supporter of #CatsAgainstBrexit

— Natasha Akhtar (@Natasha_Akhtar) June 20, 2016

Hilda isn't easily fooled by propaganda. #CatsAgainstBrexit

— Jamie Edwards 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 (@jemsport) June 20, 2016

Guinness is worried that she may have to negotiate tax on her name as the drink is from Dublin #catsagainstbrexit

— Jesc Bunyard (@JessBunyard) June 20, 2016

Because getting a good passport photo is really hard #CatsAgainstBrexit

— Lottie (@LottieHBell) June 20, 2016

CJ is concerned that the effect on the economy may lead to larger household bills. #CatsAgainstBrexit

— Sara Long (@duckiemonster) June 20, 2016

Neo is German & moved to the UK to hunt mice in Walthamstow. He's worried about his future #CatsAgainstBrexit

— Eva Blum-Dumontet 🦝 (@Arcadian_O) June 20, 2016

#CatsAgainstBrexit is the best thing to come out of this referendum tbh and we all know it

— Elena Cresci (@elenacresci) June 20, 2016