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If you’ve ever watched Keeping Up With The Kardashians and thought, this would be more entertaining if all the humans were played by cats, we have the show for you.

Keeping Up With the Kattarshians features four adorable 9-week-old kittens living in a doll house in Iceland (the Icelandic spelling of Catdashian is Kattarshian).

Guðni, Stubbur, Briet and Ronja unfortunately don’t have names that start with the letter ‘K,’ but they love being on camera all day, so they do have that Kardashian trait. Even though there aren’t as many cats as there are human Kardashians, the drama never stops.

The get pampered daily, whether they’re hitting a red carpet or just going out to eat a huge salad.

They wait until another kitten leaves the room to talk about them behind their back, but of course in the name of being worried for the kitten and their poor decisions.

And sometimes they fight, but eventually they literally get over it because they’re literally like a family.

The webcam series was created by The Icelandic Cat Protection Society to raise awareness for the furry friends in hopes that they would all be adopted. Fans of the fierce and fabulous felines can watch the kittens 24 hours a day on three GoPro webcams set up throughout the house, including night vision cameras used to allow the kittens to sleep in the dark. Employees and volunteers of The Icelandic Cat Protection Society spend time with the kittens to ensure they receive human interaction, as well as breaks from filming 2-3 times per day.

These cute kitties will soon move on to their permanent homes, and when that happens a new batch of kittens ready for adoption will bring the drama, as well as the licks and snuggles, to the house.