With the rise of the popular-video-sharing site Youtube, there has been a decrease in the number of crazy-cat ladies around the globe.
Dr. Gorden Clish, a professor at Harvard University, said "The decrease is due to the fact that anyone can go online and watch a video of some deranged human-being when they want to. Before the internet, people fought for a house that was across the street from a crazy-cat lady and had to wait to see some delusion. Now, since we have the internet, we can freely watch as we want."
The Crazy-Cat Ladies Society is trying to encourage crazy-cat ladies to upload videos of themselves on the internet.
Jennifer Greens, the leader of the Crazy-Cat Ladies Society, told reporters "If Rebecca Black could become famous in a day, I don't see why we can't either. The problem is that your introducing new technology that these women have not even heard of before because they've been spending too much time attending to their cats' needs."
The effects of the decline in crazy-cat ladies is still unknown, but all scientist are certain that it will eventually hurt mankind in the long run.