Cat Wears Headphones To Watch Cat Videos On Laptop

Published December 9, 2019 55,872 Views $22.35 earned

Rumble / Cats & KittensAlthough cats still do not count as viewers in Nielsen ratings, it is not uncommon for some cats to be absorbed by television. Imagine your cat subscribing to different youtube channels. Very funny! Although it sounds crazy, the truth is that many pets like to watch different videos, this confirms that in the world there are viewers of all kinds, who also count as visitors and their tender visit is recorded on the Internet How adorable is this? Your heart will melt when you see this cat watching videos of cats with headphones on! Humans also watch human videos, don't they' Hilarious!

Dr. Jillian Orlando, DVM, a behavioral veterinarian residing at the University of North Carolina School of Veterinary Medicine, says you're more likely to find cats watching "the real-life soap opera" from outside, but acknowledges that there is also a feline audience for television.

A study of shelter cats exposed to television showed that some cats without access to windows might benefit from having a television or screen as a form of recreation.

A variety of images were shown to the cats in the study, and the most popular programs featured cats, rodents or fish, natural prey for cats.

According to Dr. Orlando, there are many reasons why some cats are more devoted than others. For example, cats who watch videos may have a "greater hunting instinct, and the rapid movements of objects on the screen are more likely to draw their attention," explains Dr. Orlando.

Online TV shows or videos can also attract a cat who is bored. "Make sure you have lots of toys and windows so your cat has a choice," says Dr. Orlando.

What you need to watch when your cat watches TV "It won't hurt your cat's eyes, so you don't need to tell the cat not to sit near the TV,

But if your cat is too absorbed in the screen and tries to chase an animal on the screen, your cat or flat screen TV could get hurt.

"If your cat really tries to 'hunt' in the videos, don't let her watch without supervision. And if you have a large flat screen or laptop, secure it or
you can fix it to the wall, in case your cat decides to jump towards it," warns Dr. Orlando.

It's also a good idea to interact with a cat that's focused on a program, especially since cats can get frustrated when their home instinct is curtailed.

"Try to distract your cat by giving her a toy before 'catching' things on the screen," says Dr. Orlando. "You definitely don't want to encourage the cat to chase the mouse on TV, no matter how cute it may seem.

Leo the Scottish Fold Blue is relaxing with his favorite cat streaming channel. Hysterical!