I dress up my cat, take cool photos of her... and 20,000 people seem to think that it's a suitable (non-paid) side job for a medical student. If I had a dollar for every 'like' on Instagram she gets, I'd still have a lot of student loans to pay off. But I wouldn't change my life for anything (except eliminated student debt, of course). I'd like to think she's the next 'Dr. Wynne, Medicine Cat.' Although I probably spend too much of my time filtering (always in increments of 5) and cropping whiskers, I enjoy it. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy studying medicine too. I spell my cat's name after my own... does that sound like someone you'd want taking care of you? Heck yes. I never let a patient interaction go by without finding a way to mention my cat, Wynne. She's a conversation piece with her own piece of my heart, a heart I share with just as much enthusiasm for a crisp cat JPEG as I do for scrubbing in on a transplant surgery. So tell me, world, how can I make this into a monetary mogul?