Sometimes there’s no use in beating around the bush when you’re writing a title. This article is about a cat taking selfies, and it’s one of the best things you’ll see all week. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Manny, the #selfiecat.

😽 when cats do #duckface 😹 #selfiecat #gopro

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Manny is a stray gray Tabby cat that showed up on Yorem Ahm’s doorstep down in Arizona some three years ago, and never left. Ahm and his wife now have no less than four dogs and four cats, but he tells ABC News Manny is “probably the most intelligent, inquisitive cat we’ve ever had.” And he also seems to know how to take some mean GoPro-selfies, occasionally with some of his furry family members .

🎅🎄😹📸 #selfiecat #GoPro

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😼📸 #selfiecat #GoPro

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Saturday morning, in bed on @instagram like… 😹📸 #selfiecat #gopro #caturday

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FRIDAYYYYYYY!!! 😹📸 #selfiecat #GoPro

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Manny has so far gathered 268,000 followers on Instagram. Hoping to get a piece of the fame-pie, his “little brother” Weirdbeard recently jumped the bandwagon with his very own account.

😹 First Selfie! 😸📸 #selfiecat #gopro

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Manny and Weirdbeard of course don’t really take their own selfies, his human admits. For some reason, the cats are extremely fascinated with GoPro’s, and sort of photobomb the pictures Ahm tries to take of his dogs.

But that doesn’t make it less funny.

F R I D A Y ! ! ! 😹📸 #selfiecat #gopro

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[via ABC News and Popular Mechanics]