How to find animated GIFs using Google Search?

ttopp

Google apparently made it easier to find animated GIFs (which I'm all for since I need to see many more images of cats, just like everyone else on the interwebs) but I can't figure out HOW you search for them. So, how do you actually search this treasure trove of time wasting, laugh inducing imagery?

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jimlynch
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Jack has it right, you should be able to find many interesting animated GIFs via Google's image search.

jack12
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They added a search filter to image search, so after you go to google, choose the IMAGES tab at the top of the page. Once you are on the images search page, go to the drop down menu for type of image and choose animated. Let the cat watching laughter begin. 

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