First of all, I haven’t been following you, which is CLEARLY a mistake on my part, so that’s fixed. Apologies, because if this ask is any indication, you are of my people.
So, why don’t people give more love to the majestic capybara? It’s a good question, and after a period of serious meditation and introspection I’ve decided it’s because they don’t were tiny red satin capes and monocles. In fact, it’s the fear that they may someday develop an interest in tiny red satin capes and monocles that make people naturally averse to them. Primarily because, once that happens, all productivity on the earth stops because people couldn’t take their eyes off of them.
The lack of attention would then cause the cats to revolt, leading to a thousand years war. After much pain, bloodshed, and name calling, the shattered remains of the world would have to try to rebuild, but who has time for that when there are capybaras walking around with tiny red (but tattered) satin capes and monocles!?
People are weird. I love them.