Protecting your privacy online can be a huge headache, but with the help of cat photos, you can now keep your thoughts safe from prying eyes. At least that’s the idea behind Wickr Timed Feed—WTF for short—that lets users share photos in an Instagram-like feed inside Wickr.

If Wickr users share photos with their friends on Facebook, they can only share the photos with up to 151 Facebook friends. Once they exceed this limit, everyone else they don’t select will see a photo of an adorable little kitty instead. In this way, you can better control who sees your pictures. This is basically a way to keep Facebook from storing and keeping your pictures out of your control.

To read more about how cat pictures can help protect your privacy on Facebook, click here.

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