Cat Sitter Catches Kitten Tangled In Destroyed Blinds
It 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.
But let us return to the present.
YouTube is brimming with videos of cute kittens and every video is becoming an almost instant sensation. There are a lot of channels dedicated only to striped purring creatures, memes, gifs, demotivators, avatars with mustaches, tails and cat muzzles that have eclipsed the space of social networks, there are oceans of groups of feline lovers, which in fact are the most popular forms of online networking of pet enthusiasts.
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."
We cannot answer why cats are so cool, but what we can do is to can give you this amazing video so you can figure it out for yourself. Watch!
A mischievous kitten has been caught causing CAT-astrophic damage to the fifth set of blinds belonging to her generous cat sitter. Robert Cull, 28, caught the adventurous kitten, Velcro, tangled in another brand new set of blinds on September 16 at his home in Pennsylvania, United States. Though remaining paw-sitive, the engineer was heard calling his only six-month-old kitty with the words "monster" but not being able to sustain his teary laugh while looking at the tangled ball of fur.
In the hilarious video, we can see Velcro, a.k.a. Monster, all tangled and stuck between the slats of the fifth set of Venetian blinds (brand new, of course) and scrambling to get away from the mess she has made. Robert, the cat-sitter rolls his eyes for yet another home property damage caused by the over-enthusiastic rescued kitty now living in their home. The kitten was rescued when she was around five-months-old and was named Velcro shortly after due to her ability to stick to everything and everyone she touched due to her sharp claws.
He said: “Velcro is truly bringing joy back to my life - she is a little monster but I am having a blast looking after her. I am looking after her for my father and step-mother whilst they are on holiday and, due to a typhoon, they are having to stay put for a further two weeks. She has been keeping me up at night by climbing up the blinds behind my headboard and then tapping me with her paws as if to seek attention. Her behavior doesn’t surprise me at all - this is in total keeping with her personality.”
Regardless of the caused damage, Velcro is both amazing and amusing. The reaction of people watching this video is a sure indicator for that - after posting the videos online, Robert has received more than 49,000 views and tons and tons of comments from fellow cat owners, who have related to his situation.