“I don’t know if I’m the best candidate for the title, but I can feel it happening,” the cat-themed billboard says.

“I’m the cat of the moment, the cat that’s changing the world.”

The Doja cat, a member of the popular kitty-cat group of the same name, is an anthropomorphic cat and is best known for its signature style of short hair.

The cats popularity in Japan grew after a series of cat commercials in the 1990s, but its popularity in the United States has remained relatively steady.

While the cats presence in Japanese pop culture has become more prevalent since the Doja phenomenon, cat lovers are still unsure of its true meaning.

While cat lovers have long held cat-related beliefs, the Doza phenomenon is an interesting one that draws a lot of comparisons to the phenomenon of kitty cats, which is said to have existed for millions of years.

While there are no reliable figures on how many cats exist in the world, experts believe that cats are far more common than cats themselves.

In fact, the number of cats in Japan has tripled since 2007.

In 2014, a report found that there were over 4.5 million cats in the country, up from a low of 1.3 million in 2005.