90s nostalgia fans were especially excited when Lionsgate dropped the first teaser trailer for the 2017 remake of Saban’s “Power Rangers” this past October. Slated to be released in theaters on March 24, this revival of the “The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” series will focus on the origin story of the five teenagers who would band together to become the Power Rangers.

Not only does the trailer promise the movie to be an intense, action-packed production, but it also boasts an impressive cast, of which includes Elizabeth Banks as Rita Repulse, one of the series’ main antagonists and Bryan Cranston as the wise sage and Power Rangers’ mentor Zordon.

While news about the remake was kept on the down low, the hype for the new “Power Rangers” recently started up again with the release of the new YouTube web series “The Mighty Morphin Meower Rangers” with our favorite Power Rangers in cat-form.

Go Go Meower Rangers

Premiered on YouTube on January 10th, the Mighty Morphin Meower Rangers have already taken the internet by storm. Though the parody is short, only spanning one minute and a half, cat lovers, Power Rangers fans and anyone who just likes a good laugh will fall in love with the Meower Rangers. A complete homage to the original series, the Cats reenact the Mighty Morphin opening with the cats morphing into the power suits. Fueled by the nostalgia from the classic theme song, the parody only gets better from there.

A day in the life of the Meower Rangers starts like any other, with mentor Zordon (humorously played by a fish in this version) alerting the Rangers to the newest wrongdoings of the evil Akita Repulsa (Rita Repulse). While the fellow cats are just as dedicated to defending their furry friends from evil, their attitudes are a little different from their human counterparts, mainly when it comes to the manner of napping.

It’s Meowphin Time

Of course, there is quite a bit of tongue-in-cheek between the characters, especially with the cats regarding their not surprise for Akita Repulsa’s continuing evil antics and fish Zordon breaking the fourth wall when it comes to the cat jokes. When the cats actually morph into their iconic suits, the theme is sung with kitty meows which add the purrfect touch to this cat-tastic parody.

While it is unknown when the next episodes of “The Mighty Morphin Meower Rangers,” will come out, we’ll be eagerly anticipating the Meower Rangers on the Power Rangers channel.