A singing woman named Liz, who says her cat, Helen, owns her — not the other way around — is going viral, but not for the reason you may think.
Instead of wowing the internet with her incredible vocals, Liz has made a hobby out of capturing her cat's rather critical reactions to her singing voice.
The pet owner has shared dozens of videos of herself on Instagram, belting out popular tunes, such as the Beach Boys' "Wouldn't It Be Nice?" and even "Smelly Cat" from the hit show Friends — all of which are not well-received by the tuxedo cat.
Just seconds after Liz opens her mouth in each short clip, Helen can be seen "attacking" her, jumping on her head and halting her performance for good.
“Wouldn’t it be nice if she could shut up?” Liz captioned one of her comical posts.
Wouldn’t it be nice if she could shut up? #thebeachboys #thebeachcats (calls for a shout out to a pair of our favorite kitties Nathan and Winnie🤗) #wouldntitbenice #ohreallyhelen #catsofinstagram Song requested by @jmdgmail and dedicated to Migue 😸
A post shared by Helen Girl (@ohreally_helen) on Oct 31, 2019 at 7:37pm PDT
The cat and owner duo, known as "Oh really, Helen?" on social media, has amassed over 63,000 followers on Instagram through their shenanigans.
And though Helen may seem like a vicious critic, her owner assures she has not been hurt in the making of any videos.
Still, she's definitely not a fan.
This song is dedicated to the marvelous @honey_apatow 😻😻(Although we disclaim that we don’t perform it quite as skilled as @mariahcarey ) #ohreallyhelen #catsofinstagram #honey #mariahcarey @cats_of_instagram
A post shared by Helen Girl (@ohreally_helen) on Oct 19, 2019 at 8:15am PDT