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VIDEO: Cat Really Enjoys Getting His Teeth Brushed

11/14/2016 04:31 EST | Updated 11/14/2016 04:32 EST

Even the most diligent humans have trouble with maintaining a good oral health regimen. Be honest, when was the last time you flossed?

So we have to hand it to this cat for loving dental care. While our feline can't brush his teeth on his own (no thumbs), this cat totally doesn't mind that this human is taking care of his teeth.

Good kitty.

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