That cat Zoom filter is almost impossible to find. Here's why

“Mr. Ponton, I believe you have a filter turned on in the video settings,” the judge said. The tearful-looking kitten opened its mouth, but said nothing, as its eyes darted back and forth on the screen. “Can you hear me, judge?” Ponton asked, appearing as the forlorn feline. “I’m here, live, I’m not a cat,” he said a few seconds later.

The exchange, which lasted less than a minute until the filter was turned off and Ponton regained his human form, ricocheted across the internet on Tuesday after it was posted to the court’s YouTube channel. Beyond the fits

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