Pakistani politician dons Facebook 'cat' filter during press conference

That's paw-litics.

An official livestream in Pakistan was mocked Friday after a regional minister appeared to be wearing kitty ears after a mishap involving part of Facebook's "cat filter."

Shaukat Yousafzai was speaking with reporters after a cabinet meeting when the purr-fect filter — with whiskers and bright pink ears — appeared.

Users quickly noticed the mishap on the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party's official page, and it was deleted within minutes, AFP reported. But not before amused viewers screenshotted it for posterity.

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Yousafzai confirmed what happened to AFP, saying it was an accident.

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“The cat filter was turned on by mistake...Let's not take everything so seriously," he said. “I wasn't the only one — two officials sitting along me were also hit by the cat filter."

The political party's social media team in a statement blamed "human error" for the accident, and said "all necessary actions have been taken to avoid such incident in future."