People Are Losing Sleep Over Netflix’s Don’t F**k With Cats

Back in 2010, Luka Magnotta uploaded the disturbing “1 Boy 2 Kittens” video to Youtube. The horrific clip showed two adorable kittens being placed inside a vacuum-pack, where they were suffocated and killed.

Luka would later go one to be the individual responsible for the infamous snuff film, “1 Lunatic 1 Icepick,” which detailed out the depraved killing of Chinese student, Jun Lin.

The docuseries, “Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer,” has been the latest gripping release from Netflix – and countless people have been sucked into the vortex of the first episode.

The documentary is a three-part series that focuses on the efforts of Deanna Thompson – who goes under the online alias of Baudi Moovan – and John Green, who are the two individuals responsible for creating an online community dedicated to finding and bringing Luka to justice when he was just a cat-killer.

Since the release of the documentary, there has been a series of reactions on Twitter as thousands of people post about how much they can’t stop watching – despite the tough subject matter.

Actor Rahul Kohli wrote, “‘Don’t F**k With Cats’ has got me. That’s it. I’m not moving off this couch until it’s done.”

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There was another user who posted, “Okay you guys. Stop everything you’re doing, cancel your plans, quit your jobs, dump your significant other, log off this bad website, and watch ‘Don’t F**k With Cats’ on Netflix. It is the most twisted and twisty murder doc I’ve ever seen and I watch ALL THE MURDER DOCS.”

A third fan of the docuseries commented, “‘Don’t F**k With Cats’ is one of the most disturbing yet brilliant murder documentaries on Netflix right now!!! I was hooked from start to finish!”

As part of the series, viewers are shown glimpses of the video clips that initially made Luka the feared online villain that he was. While the actual abuse and killing of the animals are never shown, just described, it’s still pretty gruesome for animal lovers.

One person wrote, “Hey important PSA: if you get an advertisement for a Netflix series called ‘Don’t F**k With Cats,’ I am here to give you the extreme content warning the trailer doesn’t give you. Big ass CW: animal cruelty.”

Someone else added, “If anyone else has a sensitivity to cats dying or being tortured please don’t watch the preview for ‘Don’t F**k With Cats’ on Netflix. I am extremely sensitive to this and I’m literally laying here having a panic attack.”

“Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer” is currently available to watch on Netflix.

If you haven’t seen it yet, you can watch the trailer below, but be warned, it may disturb you:

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