Something Funny For A Sunday

We all need something to cheer us up, and this worked for me.

My friend Antony sent me this clip of a cat watching a horror film. The cat’s reactions are great, and prove beyond doubt that it knows something bad is going on.

This may be old news to some of you, but if you haven’t seen it, it’s only one minute long.

48 thoughts on “Something Funny For A Sunday

  1. That’s pretty funny. My dog never watched tv, but when Casualty came on, his ears would prick up, his head would go up and he would howl until the theme ended. Then he would lie back down as if it never happened.

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  2. I can’t believe how long the cat stayed focused before finally fleeing. Our dog watches sheep herding when it is on the television, perhaps because she was brought up to herd sheep(although she only herds us now.)

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    1. Olly never even glances at our TV. It appears to be of no interest to him at all.
      If dogs are barking on a programme, he sits up alert, believing them to be in the room. But he never looks at the screen.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  3. I watched it four times, and then shared it with a handful of friends and family. After that, I watched a number of Dodo films in which animals (baby kangaroo, white squirrel, groundhog, exotic birds) befriended humans. But this cat video was the best! I wonder if the cat was watching Dario Argento’s giallo, “Cat o’ Nine Tails”?

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    1. My wife showed me a video of a bulldog watching a horror film. He became similarly distressed by the scenes on TV. My dog Ollie takes little notice of the TV, unless there are dogs barking during a programme.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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