In this Thursday, April 4, 2019 photo, Grettel Montes de Oca Valdes, a professional dancer and founder of the group Cubans in Defense of Animals poses with four kittens that she has received in her house in Havana, Cuba. A group of animal-lovers will march a mile down one of Havana’s main thoroughfares Sunday waving placards calling for an end to animal cruelty in Cuba. Short, seemingly simple, the march will write a small but significant line in the history of modern Cuba. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
A whole bunch of kittens.
Associated Press

If you're to spice up your politics news, there's a Chrome extension for that.

Make America Kittens Again is an extension you can add to your Google Chrome browser that automatically detects images of President Donald Trump on the web and changes them to photos of kittens. You can also have the extension block images of people like Vice President Mike Pence or French politician Marine Le Pen while you're at it.

While the extension doesn't work on social media sites like Facebook or Twitter, it will change the photos on news sites like the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and Business Insider.

There are a set number of photos in the extension's kitten portfolio, so you may see some repeat kittens. But is that such a bad thing?

Here's what the extension looks like when you add it to Chrome.

When you search "Make America Kittens Again" on the Chrome Web Store, you'll easily find the extension. All you have to do is hit the "add" button, and the extension will be enabled on your browser.

Make America Kittens Again

When you begin browsing, any photo of Trump will immediately change to one of kittens. Here's a story on the Wall Street Journal's politics page, complete with a kitten taking a nap.

The Wall Street Journal

When you log on to Bloomberg's politics page, you'll be greeted by a kitten looking intrigued by the day's news.

Bloomberg

The best part about the extension is that it makes a regular news story about Trump seem a lot funnier. According to The Hill, Trump's Cabinet is made up of a litter of kittens who'd prefer to be asleep.

The Hill

It looks as though Trump's tech meeting took place inside a cardboard box. These kittens don't seem pleased.

Business Insider

But at least the kitten versions of Trump and Secretary of Energy Rick Perry look cozy.

Breitbart

Sometimes the kittens match the headlines pretty well. Indeed, this kitten does look playful.

Business Insider

But these kittens think being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom is a bit of a snooze.

Washington Post

Politics has never been cuter.

Time