Wild Catfish Loves To Be Petted By Human

ThefishwhispererPublished: November 14, 2017Updated: November 16, 2017737 viewsVirality: 16%
Published: November 14, 2017Updated: November 16, 2017

If you go to a petting ZOO, then you will probably see a whole lot of animals, both domesticated and wild, that are docile enough to be petted. Commonly, you will see animals like sheep, guinea pigs, goats, rabbits, ponies, alpacas, llamas, pigs and miniature donkeys, and a few exotic animals such as kangaroos. But it would seem that these children’s zoo, as they are called in some place, need to open a new position for <a href="https://rumble.com/v3et78-rain-brings-out-walking-catfish.html" target="_blank">catfish</a>!

Kyle Naegeli, who presents himself as “the fish whisperer" sends us this very short clip of himself petting a wild catfish in a pond somewhere in the great state of Texas. He just splashes the water with the palm of his hands and out of nowhere a big catfish comes up and just sits there, letting Kyle stroke him on the head! What?

Is this how catfish got their name? You just make a little noise in the water and they come running to yah, demanding a stroke and a treat? Do they have non-existent respect for people’s <a href="https://rumble.com/v3ljsf-23-cats-who-love-invading-personal-space.html" target="_blank">personal space</a> too?

Check out what happens when this dude sticks his hand in the water. A catfish comes right up to him to be pet! Amazing!

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