Man Is Confused Why His Cats Sleep All Day, He Sets Up Camera At Night And Watches This Footage

coleandmarmalade Published August 24, 2017 333,451 Plays

Rumble What all cat lovers have been hoping to hear had finally come right from the mouths of those we like to trust most. Scientists have proven that watching cat videos can boost your productivity! Keeping them as pets is a great stress reliever; some offices even let cats stay there so that the employees can feel better while at work.

Cole and Marmalade’s owner Chris Poole had the pleasure to foster a litter of four tiny kittens that have been rescued from a nearby abandoned building. Being a can man himself, Chris is very familiar with the hilarious antics of baby kittens, so he decided to treat us with a unique experience.

Have you ever wondered what kitties do at night? Wonder no more, because, with the help of Chris’s night vision camera, we can all witness the whirlpool of adorable antics that can come out of four tiny cat babies. He recorded the litter for the four nights they stayed with him and his internet celebrikitties Cole and Marmalade, and we have to admit, it is one of the most hilariously adorable clips we got to watch!

Everything and anything is a plaything for these tiny felines, and as they have no worries in their lives (or at least, not anymore), they got to be their kitty selves and play with everything that Chris provided them with. 4 kittens, four nights, one funny video! Thanks, fur watching cat people.

His name is Chris Poole, and he is a crazy cat guy, but he says he is proud of it! He is the proud owner of Cole and Marmalade who makes our days so amazing with their adorable videos!

Cole and Marmalade are two rescued cats who not only entertain humans with their funny videos but also help raise awareness for cats in need. Cole is the world's sweetest black cat and wants to help dispel the myths surrounding black cats and make sure they get adopted too! Marmalade's a feisty ginger kitty, and we love this incredible duo!

This video of them jumping, running around the house at night solves many question cat owners had about why their cats sleep all day. However, this is normal behavior for cats to be so active at night.

Research on feline behavior during the evening demonstrates that even felines who have created rest designs like our own still wake a few times amid the night. When they wake up sleepy mood quickly transforms into play mood. Again, want proof that cats are the cutest?

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