When it comes to popular online memes, the sad white cat and screaming woman meme is one of the internet’s favourites. While the hilarious collage is most often used on social media sites by millennials, Canada's sad cat meme is now being used by actual Canadian government agencies, and it’s been an absolute hit with their followers!\nIf you’ve never heard of the sad cat / angry woman meme before, where have you been?! It’s essentially a collage of two photos, one woman yelling, crying and pointing, and a sad-looking white feline sitting in front of some vegetables.\nFor unknown internet reasons, the image is now super-popular online, and is often altered with different text to create new memes and jokes.\nUsually, these new memes pop up on Twitter and Instagram and are posted by meme-loving millennials. However, crashing into 2020 with a bang, one of Canada’s actual government agencies has discovered the magic of sad-cat, and they’re using him to teach Canadians a lesson.\nIn a Facebook post that's been 'liked' more than 1,200 times, Library and Archives Canada have created their own version of the iconic meme, and it's all about how to correctly handle books!\nIn the newly-edited collage, the screaming woman can be seen saying, "Shouldn't you be wearing gloves???" To which Smudge the famous feline responds, "For rare books, the industry standard has always been to use clean, dry, bare hands!"\nThe gloves come off! 🥊🥊\n\nOne of the most common arguments we see in our comments is about how our experts are sometimes...Posted by Library and Archives Canada on Monday, January 6, 2020\nExplaining the meme in a post, Library and Archives Canada wrote, "One of the most common arguments we see in our comments is about how our experts are sometimes shown handling certain types of material bare-handed, without those famous white cotton archival gloves."\nThe Canadian take on the classic internet image was extremely popular with the Facebook page's followers, who responded to the post to share their appreciation.\nOne follower wrote, "It makes me so happy a government department posts memes like this."\nAnother added, "Great use of meme. Well played."\nLibrary and Archives Canada | Facebook\nIt turns out that the department of Library and Archives Canada actually love social media memes, and they have a whole photo album dedicated to one-of-a-kind memes and jokes on their Facebook page!\n#okboomerPosted by Library and Archives Canada on Monday, November 18, 2019\nIf all of this wasn't Canadian enough already, the white cat from the sad cat meme is actually a Canadian himself, and he lives with his family in Ottawa.\nSmudge the animal featured in the viral meme even has his own Instagram page, and more than 1.4 million followers keep up with his Ottawa-based adventures.\nView this post on Instagram When you partied too hard on New Year’s Eve 🍷🥃🍾😴 A post shared by Smudge - Table Cat (@smudge_lord) on Jan 1, 2020 at 11:22am PST\nWhile Smudge the viral cat is probably no stranger to fame on the internet, his latest feature on an official Canadian Government Agency Facebook page was probably very flattering indeed!\nAs for using Smudge to get useful information across? What a purr-fect idea.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.