In today’s edition of slightly NSFW news brought to you by The Guardian, some adventurous people in the “furry” community sent some very lewd tweets to Tony the Tiger. You know, the mascot for Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, the animated tiger who will play basketball with your child and reminds you that his cereal is more than good. The furries must really like the things Tony does.

Furries are popularly known as people who indulge in sexual acts while dressed in full-body animal suits and lust after anthropomorphized cartoon animals, like Tony the Tiger. For further explanation, head over to the Google machine and be prepared to venture to the dark side of the Internet.

In reply to the tweets, the verified Tony the Tiger Twitter account tweeted this:

Kellogg’s has since started blocking the furries. Tony isn’t the one and only animated furry creature to fall victim to the furries. Chester the Cheetah, mascot of cheese-dusted corn puffs, Cheetos, has also received flirtatious missives. Chester however, seemed to be into it. Toucan Sam and Trix the Rabbit might need to be on the lookout.

If you’re itching to know what the more graphic tweets were, head over to Gawker.

We’re not trying to kink-shame anyone here, but for the love of all things wholesome, like breakfast cereals, quit sending your smut to Tony the Tiger. Please.