Cat Freaks Out When Puma Appears On TV
The Internet 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 many people's spirit animal, and We think that half the world agrees with Us", "Cats ...hmm ... We just love them!", "Cause they are so funny and adorable."
This video is just one of the many where cat's proof to be the worlds most aware creatures, even if this means that there is no threat at all and it is just a picture on a TV screen. Never the less, the moment this cat leaped with fright as a puma appeared on TV was caught on camera and is a must watch. On March 5, this kitten called Titan was quietly cleaning his paws in his living room in Texas, when a running puma suddenly appeared on TV. Titan turned his head up towards the screen and immediately bolted. This is just one off those quick escapes similar to the videos you have probably seen on the internet of cats and cucumbers.
Their agility and speed is just remarkable. And this video is proof of just that. This cat literally does a "burn out" on the floor as it feels "danger lurking". We can;t help but think that even though all those years of living with people would domesticate them, however we feel that cat's will always have that extra fines in their genes.
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