After Ferrari threw a fit at Deadmau5's custom Nyan Cat car wrap—even going so far as to send a cease-and-desist—it didn't take long for another automaker to step up and offer its services.
Deadmau5 sold his car and in response to this, Nissan send out a tweet that stated "heard what happened to your car. Good news? We found a replacement, ready right meow." Along with the tweet was a Photoshopped picture of Nissan's GT-R model, proudly bearing the flying Pop Tart-shaped cat and rainbow tail. There's also a detail shot that shows a small Deadmau5 logo has been added under the GT-R logo on the car. Since Nissan was so quick to jump on this opportunity, the tweet has been shared and favorited thousands of times, making it the purr-fect response.
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