This Cat Is Probably In A Hurry, Because She Keeps Jumping Over Things

Leapfrog Published May 4, 2018 90,874 Plays $211.40 earned

Rumble / Cats & KittensIt is totally inconceivable that a person who has access to the Internet and knows how to use it has not noticed that cats have totally taken over it and rule it with supremacy! But if you think that this is a modern phenomenon - you are dearly mistaken: not only that cats are trending for the past 10 years on the Internet but they are trending for millennia. If you do not believe us, please take a look at the drawings of cats in the Egyptian pyramids.

If we took a cat and transformed it into a human, we can say with utmost certainty that she will be good in one of two professions. She can definitely be a masseuse, because have you seen a cat give another cat a good, thorough knead?

People who have not been dragged into the pool of kitty veneration, are dealing with a very logical question: "What aroused such interest in these soft-furred mousers? Why not dogs? Why not birds? Or fish? Why cats? ". Both the very culprits, doing the campaigns for promoting cats online, and the viewers and loyal cat fans even though they do their best to unravel the mystery of cat interest, they cannot provide a single definite answer, apart from: "But they are soo cuuuuute - don’t you just want to squeeeeeze theeem?", "Cat is my spirit animal, and I think that half the world agrees with me", "Cats ...hmm ... I just love them!", "Cause they are so funny and adorable."

There is another reason why people on the Internet are crazy about cats. Watch the video on the top of the page and find out for yourselved!

Like, check out this kitty. Sitting in their kitty bed, the smaller one, presumably the baby of the bigger one, gives her mama a nice, thorough back rub. The other one is obviously enjoying the treatment, seeing how she blinks slowly and doesn’t move any other muscles. So young, yet already a professional masseuse!

Other cats could definitely be ninjas. Feline are inherently stealthy creatures, so naturally, they would make excellent ninjas. With the tiny little beanies that are the paw pads on their feet, cats are natural born predators, no matter how domesticated they are. It is in their blood! They can sneak up on pretty much anybody, even their own kin, right from the back, never able to sense them.

But if we took Leapfrog here, she would definitely be a circus performer. In this montage, we get to see just how agile Leapfrog is. She seems to have a distinct liking of the doorstep between the kitchen and the living room and a very special connection to the corner right next to that doorstep. She will jump over anything that sits in that very spot!

Be it a chair, an exercise ball, a pot, a vase, a potted plant, Leapfrog will not go around them, no siree! She will make that jump, no matter how high, just as long as it gets her on the other side faster.