We love a good manicure. Whether it involves a statement-making hue, like chrome, or the most popular neutral tone on the market, we鈥檙e here for it. We also love our pets beyond belief, and we鈥檙e certainly not alone: Many women in their 20s and 30s are even choosing Fido and Fluffy over having kids. Still, we must say: The thought of matching our pets鈥 nails to ours never, ever crossed our minds鈥 until now.

19-year-old Cristi Hanzel shared a snap of herself doing just that, with her sparkly purple nails perfectly matching her cat Wednesday鈥檚 claws. Before she knew it, the image had gone viral, as loving pet owners around the country admired the shot for its sheer adorableness.

Before you freak out, you鈥檒l want to note that the teen didn鈥檛 use actual polish (which is actually toxic for animals!) on her feline friend. Instead, she simply picked up some nail caps at Target that happened to be the same shade as her mani. With over 2.5K likes, the snap, which Hanzel simply captioned 鈥淏ffs,鈥 has gotten all sorts of positive feedback and revealed a surprising truth: She and Wednesday are not alone. Far from it, in fact!

There鈥檚 actually an entire industry dedicated to the cute AF nail caps (whose real purpose is to help prevent your four-legged besties from scratching up floors, furniture, and other items around the house). One of the largest vendors, Soft Paws, specializes in nail caps for both kitties and pups that are bright, colorful, and perfectly in tune with all the latest nail trends. Developed by a vet and made in the US from non-toxic vinyl, the caps are applied 鈥渦sing a non-toxic, cold-bonding, veterinary-grade adhesive鈥 and promise to last four to six weeks, all while letting your fluffy pal go about his or her day-to-day activities.

While they鈥檝e been considered controversial by some, PETA has endorsed Soft Paws as a safe alternative to declawing, and there鈥檚 certainly no denying that the adorbs twinning snaps shared on Twitter by fellow stylish pet owners are growing in popularity.

BRB, we鈥檙e dying of cuteness.

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(h/t Mashable; photo via Soft Paws/Facebook)