But what was meant as nothing more than a jokey website for coding practice has turned into a legal nightmare. Now Lucy is facing the wrath of the big man himself.
Three weeks after the site went live, Lucy was served a cease and desist letter from Trump’s general counsel stationed in Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in NYC.
The letter, confirmed by the Observer, reads exactly as you’d expect a Trump C&D would. It begins touting him as a “well-known businessman” and television star and boasts, “As I’m sure you’re aware, the Trump name is internationally known and famous.”
Guided by a family lawyer, Lucy changed the name of the site to KittenFeed.com
23 March 2017
Can't tolerate punches from cartoon kittens
created a website "where users click on Donald Trump’s face to punch him with tiny kitten paws."