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u/Acceptable-Let-1921 4d ago Heartwarming

I used to play games like this with a cat I had when I was like 12.

I would hide behind something and when she walked by i would jump out and give her a little scare. But this cat was smart, she caught on really fast. She started to hide herself, and when you walked by she would swipe at your feet. When you got so scared you where literally jumping, that's when she got up on her back legs and still tried to hit you. She really loved that game but gave my whole family heart attacks. She also loved hide and seek. I miss that cat every day

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u/Dear_Analysis_5116 4d ago

My dumbshit (appropriately named Bozo) would hide under the foot of the bed to ambush me as I went by. She'd frequently forget about her tail, leaving it sticking out for me to see. I'd stand just outside ambush range, then lean over and give the tail a quick shake. Never failed that I'd hear this "clonk!" from underneath the bed before Bozo would casually wander out in proper cat "I didn't do that" fashion.

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u/LetGoPortAnchor 4d ago

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u/not_some_username 4d ago

Nice Lego candle

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u/TheRegular-Throwaway 4d ago

And printer underneath the TV. Just chilling.

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u/LetGoPortAnchor 4d ago

That thing has got to chill somewhere.

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u/1mikeg 4d ago

Gotta print his favorite commercials!

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u/LetGoPortAnchor 4d ago

Thanks! My aunt got it for me. It will never be burned, it's too precious.

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u/not_some_username 4d ago

I wouldn’t burn it too. It so cool

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u/hasanyoneseenmymom 4d ago

Lol mine loves to attack my feet from under the bed https://imgur.com/lXR8wUv.jpg

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u/zPureAssassiNz 4d ago

That monitor is giving me anxiety

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u/Acceptable-Let-1921 4d ago

lol I saw that clearly in my head as I was reading your post

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u/hellyjellybeans 4d ago

Awe let her swat your toes she does her best lol

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u/Dear_Analysis_5116 4d ago

She didn't always leave the tail out - maybe 10% of the time. Otherwise, my ankles received a sound thrashing!

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u/TriceratopsBites 4d ago

My tortie used to hide under my side of the bed with her tail sticking out. One morning, I stepped right on it while getting out of bed. She now has a permanent kink in her tail. I had to get a platform bed that she can’t get under because she did not learn her lesson 😞

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u/Mecha_Tortoise 4d ago

I miss playing hide and seek, tag, and fetch with my cat growing up. He was my buddy.

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u/Acceptable-Let-1921 4d ago

It is a very special feeling, amplified by the fact that when a cat plays with you, you know that it's their choice to do so. I love dogs too, but with them it's more a given that they are that social and wants to play with you. With a cat, it's their active choice and it's beautiful.

The cat I have now (I'm 35 at this point) isn't much for playing at all. But she's a real life companion. She follows me everywhere, even stands outside the shower to check if I'm OK. When we do play, she's so careful not to use her claws if she sees my hand. The most considerate animal I have ever known. I feel blessed that these wonderful little souls have chosen to be this close to me. No cat can replace another, but if you think you could take care of a cat again I would recommend rescuing one from a shelter or something. It takes a while to build a relationship, but its so extremely rewarding when they begin to trust you and want to spend time with you.

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u/secondtaunting 4d ago

I got mine from a shelter and he’s a terrific buddy. We play hide and seek, chase each other around, he lays on my head when I have migraines, I could do without that actually, but he’s a good boy. He’s curled around my leg right now.

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u/Acceptable-Let-1921 4d ago

Naw, that sounds like a funny little fellow

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u/secondtaunting 4d ago

He’s terrific. He was in a drainpipe and the cat society was worried the rains would drown him and his siblings. So they lured them out and captured them.

https://preview.redd.it/0wiwi4i4y9ea1.jpeg?width=828&format=pjpg&auto=webp&v=enabled&s=32b17b99fa743334b19295e47197c0e3da1b7029

He settled in very well, but he’s still a bit skittish at times.

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u/Acceptable-Let-1921 4d ago

Aw ❤ I'm glad he has a good home now! Cat's born outdoors can take years to fully relax, totally worth every second of effort tho

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u/Mecha_Tortoise 4d ago

Dogs definitely have preferred times and partners for play, as well. Just like how they can have favorite people. I've known some pretty moody and aloof dogs. Though they are generally more open to interacting on people's terms.

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u/spyson 4d ago

My sister's dog will only play if my sister and her fiance are there in the same room

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u/firefly183 4d ago

Bunnies are similar. They're really underestimated in the affectionate companion department. They're incredibly social and feeling animals. They can even die of depression if they're deprived of affection and socialization. And like with cats, sometimes even more so, you've really gotta put effort into building a relationship with one. And they absolutely bond with their chosen humans.

I brought my guy home when he was 4 1/2, coming from a home where his physical needs were mostly met but he was otherwise neglected and kept caged 24/7. Contrary to popular belief, they're not simple cage pets. I was warned he's a biter and he was at first. But with time and attention and love he bonded with the family and doesn't bite anymore. He's cage free 24/7 and loves being an active part of the family. He jumps up in bed in the evening to spend time with my SO and I. Sleeps under our bed and comes bounding out and running circles around our feet when we get up in the morning, spends most of the day out in the living room, occasionally played with my 5yo daughter's toys, haha (he LOVES balloons, I've got video of it somewhere). He'll say hello to visitors, mingle with the cats, has no fear of things like vacuums. With love and lots of attention they are truly amazing little friends and it makes you feel so special that an instinctually timid and fearful bottom-of-the-food-chain animal chooses to trust you and show you love. Bunny licks are the best :p.

So yeah, agreed. I adore dogs so much, but species that are less unconditional and generous with their affection just make it so much more meaningful.

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u/gimmicked 4d ago

I have to ask… does he just poop all over the house? Or is he like litter box trained? Genuinely curious.

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u/firefly183 4d ago edited 4d ago

He's getting to be a crotchety old man and cares less about his litter box manners than he used to, lol. He does generally keep it all in the vicinity of his litter box and cage though, lol. While he's rarely locked in it (like if I'm moving furniture to clean carpets or something) he does still have his cage where his food and water and what not are. And since bunnies are like the world's worst people dispensers, he does tend to pop a few out here and there as he hops along, lol. I vacuum and clean up his area every day though so it's not too bad.

Edit: Lmao, I meant pez dispensers, not people dispensers.

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u/Error_83 4d ago

This is what I'm here for as well. Was wondering if training is a possibility, and the ones I've met were just never given the effort.

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u/ShogothRevolutionary 4d ago

Bunny tax pls

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u/firefly183 4d ago

Gladly! Sorry, had to dig a little, new phone, lol.

https://imgur.com/a/yG4yQo1

Some happy hop gifs, also known as binkies. Bunnies sproing around seemingly randomly when happy <3

https://imgur.io/a/hnjO2Ww

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u/ShogothRevolutionary 4d ago

LOOK AT HIM. His luscious locks! His little face!

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u/mattmacphersonphoto 4d ago

I miss playing chess with my cat.

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u/Mecha_Tortoise 4d ago

That's one thing I don't miss about my childhood cat. I'm terrible at chess.

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u/Owdok 4d ago edited 4d ago

It's not your fault, cats have insane instincts probably saw your next move a mile away.

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u/hellyjellybeans 4d ago

I had a cat that would do the same. I miss him.

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u/DrMoneybeard 4d ago

Yep my boy nacho does that to me every time he gets the chance, I call it double baps. He leaps at me and gives a quick two taps and then runs away, and I act SO SCARED every time so he can be pleased with himself. He's learned that claws stay in, and it's so funny watching him wait excitedly where he thinks I can't see.

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u/NightStar79 4d ago

My cat does that but she doesn't hide. She just pounces my feet or rears up with her paws spread wide before tapping my leg then running away hoping I'll chase her.

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u/Acceptable-Let-1921 4d ago

This made me laugh! My cat loves to get chased as well. She knows the little table in the hallway by her kitty door is a "free zone" so if she makes it there before I can catch her she just stops and gives me a triumphant look, otherwise I make a "RAWR" sound and scratch her back a bit

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u/LoveChildOf3Tacos 4d ago

My current youngest cat (of 3) is about 3 years old. She is very playful, but we found out that she LOVES chasing Nerf darts.

I have 3 cats, a dog, and 3 sons. I have never seen my boys so close to a pet as they are to the youngest cat. They will spend hours shooting their Nerf guns (safely pointed at walls or doors, NOT THE CAT lol) and letting her pounce at them. So cute, and it gives our chunky kitty lots of exercise.

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u/Jovet_Hunter 4d ago

My in laws cat does this to the grandkids. No adults, just hides under a chair and when a child runs by, jumps out and attacks them. Sometimes he does it to an adult because he thinks it’s kids feet. He pops out, stops short, blinks, and does that slow “I meant to do that” wandering off thing cats do.

The kids do not care for him 🤣

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u/RandomLogicThough 4d ago

I mean this is just what cats do to each other so makes sense

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u/addage- 4d ago

I have two kittens now. We play similar games. Lately it’s been “get the high ground and tap you as you walk by”. On my 4th generation of cats in my lifetime, these are always some of the best of times.

And I still miss them all, it’s nice that with modern tech I have videos for some that passed.

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u/DemandZestyclose7145 4d ago

I miss playing red light green light with my cat.

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u/SnowbloodWolf2 4d ago

I play the same game with my dog and he returns the favor by jumping on my stomach or back when I'm asleep to wake me up it hurts but it helps me wake up for work and he's learned my work schedule so he licks my face to wake me up on my days off

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u/smurdner 4d ago

I used to live in a loft apartment with slotted stairs to the master bedroom. At night, after tucking in the kiddo and shutting off all the lights, she would wait until you were at the base of the stairs, then jump through the 3rd or 4th step and meow loudly. She always chirped and did a little prance when she knew she got you good 😂

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u/TellTaleTank 4d ago

Reminds me of one of my youngest two. One time. ONCE. I put one of her toys inside a nearby shoe to hide it from here during playtime.

Not only did she immediately find it, our shoes are now her favorite place to hide her toys.

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u/Acceptable-Let-1921 4d ago

That's cute until you find a dead mouse with your foot haha. I once stepped on the remains of a half eaten rat with my bare feet, I can still feel it between my toes. ptsd moment

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u/TellTaleTank 4d ago

Thankfully her killer instinct seems to be limited to rubber bands and these little puffballs we bought that she loves to play fetch with.

She DID catch a bat one time but she didn't know what to do with it after lol we took it away from her and let it outside

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u/msginbtween 4d ago

The cat I had with my ex would do this. Especially as you turned off the light and tried to walk to the bed in the dark. Got many scratches because of that rascal.

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u/oneofthescarybois 4d ago

My cat does this! She hides and lets me chase her and then she will chase me after I turn my back and she hides again and waits. It's very cute.

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u/8sack 4d ago

love this so much

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u/catterybarn 4d ago

I used to play tag with my previous cat. I would shake her little behind and then run away and she would chase me. Loved it haha

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u/assert92 4d ago

Surprise motherfucker

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u/ashleyorelse 4d ago

Next the cat uses its jiu-jitsu to pin you against one of those shipping containers.

Later you take the rap for all the bird and mice bodies the cat dumped into the bay...

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u/SquarelyCubed 4d ago

Cat Finds Motherfucker

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u/GayVegan 4d ago

Just impossible to read this without hearing it.

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u/lily-laura 4d ago

Cat knew she was there the entire time for sure

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u/VILLIAMZATNER 4d ago

"I'll hide from this animal that can feel air movement changes with it's whiskers, and hear bugs walking from another room"

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u/FrogInShorts 4d ago

To be fair they also can't see it smell the treat that's dropped four inches from their face.

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u/Alfie_13 4d ago

They have very bad short eyesight. Very good at spotting things far away but they can't see well up close.

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u/TotakekeSlider 4d ago

Very dangerous over short distances

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u/GhengopelALPHA 4d ago

And my claws! 🐾

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u/fameboygame 4d ago

And my axe!

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u/Fuego_Fiero 4d ago

Cats are natural sprinters!

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u/SplatterBox214 4d ago

What about playing hide and seek with a friend?

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u/ultimoanodevida 4d ago

That's something I always wanted to hear during my childhood :(

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u/Glass_Memories 4d ago

About 12 inches in front of their face is where their eyesight is weakest, so they use their nose and whiskers to find things that close. It's a trade-off in exchange for excellent night vision.

This video explains the science behind their eye anatomy

This video shows them using their whiskers in slow-mo to locate nearby objects

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u/TrexPushupBra 4d ago

That is the exact opposite of my eyes.

Together my kitty and I can see so many things

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u/CaptainRAVE2 4d ago

They can’t see immediately below their face, it’s a compromise for their excellent long distance vision. A mouse is unlikely to pop up below their nose.

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u/TheAJGman 4d ago

"I'll hide from this ground level animal behind a door with a ground level gap"

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u/WayneKrane 4d ago

Our cats can hear mice in the walls. They’ll just be staring at a spot in the wall for hours. Then in the next few days we’ll find a dead mouse and they’ll move on to another part of the house

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u/Iwantyouguts 4d ago

And surprise attack rats

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u/Nightingdale099 4d ago

It's kinda fucked how cats can stalk and surprise rats. Imagine if humans are hunted by elephants. it would be embarrassing to not hear the literal earthquake before you die

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u/macaronysalad 4d ago

If you get down on your hands and knees, crawl around and think like a cat, you'd realize the cat knew she was there almost instantly. This also works if you're trying to find where your cat is hiding. Get down on the floor and crawl around. Your perspective of everything your cat experiences including unforeseen hiding places becomes so much clearer. Works for me at least.

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u/beebewp 4d ago

Absolutely. My cats love to sneak into closets or the basement if someone leaves the door open which means they get locked in it the door got shut while they were sleeping. I have one derpy Himalayan that will regularly stand in front of doors and meow for me to open them and then a surprise cat pops out from the other side.

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u/Accomplished_Spell97 4d ago

Cats have superman sense of smell and hearing. The cat can hear you breathe 😂 there is levels to this.

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u/ashleyorelse 4d ago

They also have the fastest reaction time of any mammal iirc

Literally faster than the blink of an eye.

You're basically dealing with Superman and The Flash at once.

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u/FknGruvin 4d ago

In the past month Ive seen two different videos showcasing both big cats and domestic cats hunting/defending themselves against snakes. I had no idea cats were so goddamn fast. Like those snakes had no chance

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u/ashleyorelse 4d ago

I saw something that said iirc cats are about 5 times as fast as most snakes.

To the human eye, it looks insanely fast for both. To the cat, the snake is basically in slow motion.

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u/Ragnarotico 4d ago

You ever seen a cat paw at something? Cats are quick twitch as hell. I think a cat could hunt flies if they wanted to. They hunt mice for fun... think about how small and quick a mouse is. Now realize that cats are built to hunt them... if they so please.

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u/HeinousTugboat 4d ago

One of mine does hunt flies. And she fucking puts them in her mouth, and holds them, then spits them out and catches them again.

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u/Ragnarotico 4d ago

Ahh yes, the Felis silvestris catus: nature's sociopath.

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u/Broad_Afternoon_8578 4d ago

One of my cats is obsessed with hunting flies (or sky raisins as I like to call them) when they get in our apartment. He also likes to drop the dead flies by my shoes.

Our other cat isn’t able to jump very much, but she loves to torment any silverfish that are in the bathroom.

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u/Chron0ss 4d ago

Dude I’ve seen the same video 😂

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u/FknGruvin 4d ago

Turns out that playful slap at my socks under the blanket is the same move that will fucking wreck a snake.

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u/SolarDile 4d ago

The mammal with the fastest reaction time is the big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus). According to scientific research, the big brown bat has a reaction time of just a few milliseconds (around 3-4 milliseconds) to capture its prey. They use echolocation to locate their prey, emitting high-pitched sounds that bounce off nearby objects and return to the bat as echoes. The bat's nervous system is able to process this information extremely quickly and make the necessary adjustments to capture its prey.

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u/ashleyorelse 4d ago

Found Bruce Wayne's username.

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u/sandesto 4d ago

Is there any data on the reaction time of the common housefly? I swear to god those things can predict the future.

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u/SolarDile 4d ago

The reaction time of the common house fly (Musca domestica) is quite fast, with an estimated reaction time of around 50 milliseconds. This means that a house fly is able to respond to a stimulus, such as a sudden movement, within 50 milliseconds.

Research suggests that the reaction time of house flies is also influenced by the fly's activity level and the complexity of the task. For example, when a fly is resting, its reaction time may be slower than when it is active, and when the task is more complex, the reaction time may be longer.

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u/Relative_Resident_31 4d ago

Best practice for me is wait until they start cleaning themselves, then swat them. What you’re saying makes sense.

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u/dingo1018 4d ago

Also they always take off backwards! So you can increase your chances ever so slightly by angling your strike in a downward and forward motion.

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u/Due-Science-9528 4d ago

I feel like the cat visibly looks at her feet under the door before sneaking up

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u/SparchCans 4d ago

From the first second you can tell by the cats body language it knows something is going down.

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u/burnerman0 4d ago

Yep, this probably isn't the first time they've played here. You can see the cat drop it's head to check for her under the door right before popping around.

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u/Vanshaa 4d ago

They can also feel the vibrations of running mice or other prey through the hairs between their footpads, this was doomed to fail haha

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u/Marquar234 4d ago

Technically she did scare the cat when she yelled...

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u/TheDrachen42 4d ago

Task failed successfully!

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u/gurilagarden 4d ago

You merely adopted the sneak. I was born in it, molded by it.

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u/IcedFreon 4d ago

Lol cat was looking at and smelling her the whole time

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u/Kahne_Fan 4d ago

You use Evian skin cream, and sometimes you wear L'Air du Temps, …but not today

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u/HailToTheKingslayer 4d ago

Cut off a man's arm, he can still feel it tickling. When I claw your face, where will it tickle you?

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u/FlyWhiteGuyActual 4d ago

CONSIDER YOUR CRACKED, CHAPPED NIPPLES, SENATOR!

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u/d_smogh 4d ago

Is that from the film, Palm Springs?

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u/Death_by_carfire 4d ago

Silence of the Lambs

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u/aseiden 4d ago

Rugrats in Paris

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u/AgreeingWings25 4d ago

Morgan Freeman Voice: "I can smell you..."

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u/Sunretea 4d ago

oh hey!

Quite effective when applied to the jugular.

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u/wildhunter360 4d ago

I'm creeping around right now, you just can't see me...

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u/Kayel41 4d ago

In comes nanners

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u/micho6 4d ago

“Oh look at that your so close to me. It’s almost like I can feel your heartbeat.”

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u/umpppi 4d ago

goddamn miss those times

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u/Mentaldog24 4d ago

My favorite Youtube gamer. Man I wish he still made content :(

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u/arivas26 4d ago

Still does on Twitch

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u/Mentaldog24 4d ago

When does he stream? I knew he moved to Twitch but I never see him live

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u/arivas26 4d ago

Not really sure of his schedule since I don’t follow him closely but I’ve seen him stream a few times in the past few months. Hell he even did a prop hunt stream with some of the old group not that long ago. I usually end up seeing him on ChilledChaos or Brownman’s streams

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u/AgreeingWings25 4d ago

He does! I don't watch GassyMexican anymore but I remember him from 10 plus years ago. His prop hunt series is still goated tho.

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u/rocknexus 4d ago

Real OGs remember the creatures tho 🥹

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u/Mentaldog24 4d ago

Nothing has cracked me up like Seananners's videos, especially prop hunt. Hula girl FTW

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u/AgreeingWings25 4d ago

OMG I forgot about the hula girl! 😭😭 that's wayyy back man, when his videos were only 3 minutes long! Oh how I wish I could turn the clock back 😩

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u/ScepterReptile 4d ago

Doug from Up

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u/Stunning_Ad_7062 4d ago

One of like 3 gaming YouTube vids I’ll always remember lol

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u/GentleBarbarianConan 4d ago

"Shoot this motherfucker!" From his iconic role in Wanted

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u/Kahne_Fan 4d ago

Anthony Hopkins voice: "You use Evian skin cream, and sometimes you wear L'Air du Temps, …but not today."

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u/jared2294 4d ago

You will find the measly shiv is quite effective when applied to the jugular

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u/Ceallach1770 4d ago

This is the best.

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u/Cloud_Station 4d ago

The true apex predator has been proven.

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u/gopackgo001 4d ago

Cat said “no u”

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u/Coffee_Huffer 4d ago

You can't out sneak the god of sneaky.

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u/ranran_1822 4d ago

Who's the scaredy cat now lol

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u/SpunkyMcButtlove07 4d ago

Your cat can smell you cowering behind the door from outside the house. If it pretends to be scared, be thankfull.

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u/teddybearcommander 4d ago

Her smell, her shadow, and the curious position of the door all went through that kitten’s mind.

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u/Complete_Bath_8457 4d ago

Cats are better at that game.

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u/Lute_666 4d ago

Please do not the cat

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u/Theosss94 4d ago

She won't not again. Lesson learned.

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u/porncollecter69 4d ago

I think I might the cat.

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u/Lute_666 4d ago

Please dont

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u/Marquar234 4d ago

But what if the cat wants the?

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u/JamzWhilmm 4d ago

A cat is fine too.

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u/flamingnomad 4d ago

Animals can literally smell you when you're in the room. Not to mention that crack under the door was big enough for her to be seen by her cat.

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u/Thaddeus206 4d ago

they can hear you breathing as well

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u/QuercusCerris 4d ago

I startled my dog a couple years ago, he sprayed poop on me. Fair play

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u/mortifyyou 4d ago

I think your dog is a hippopotamus.

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u/EffortlessEffluvium 4d ago

Oh how the turn tables…

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u/Unanimous42069 4d ago

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u/HaggardSummaries 4d ago

Thank you for posting, facebook grandma

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u/catscribbletale 4d ago

You activated my Uno Reverse Card!

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u/PopePopeTheThird 4d ago

In Russia, cat scares you

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u/Overkrein 4d ago

I think this is Brazil.

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u/PopePopeTheThird 4d ago

In Brazil, cat scares you

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u/TigerJoel 4d ago

I think this is Germany.

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u/GMXDNA 4d ago

In Germany, ze kat scares you

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u/Rws4Life 4d ago

Sprich

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u/Fizzzical 4d ago

Deutsch

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u/thabbs 4d ago

This is brazil. He says "cadê a mamãe cadê?"

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u/MyDucksAreCute 4d ago

Obrigada.

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u/Spacesider 4d ago

They are speaking Portuguese

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u/ramot1 4d ago

Who's the scared one now, girl??? LOL

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u/brendan_orr 4d ago

"Jill, I can smell the sweet pea body spray on you..."

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u/Blackleavshelter 4d ago

surprise meowther furrer

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u/Maazell 4d ago

Cat had a uno reverse card in his sleeve for sure

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u/Kim_Thomas 4d ago

Turnabout is fair play.

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u/Echo71Niner 4d ago

The second she touched the floor gently 5-second mark, the cat heard it and focused on something being behind the door.

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u/lukethelightnin 4d ago

You can tell the cat knows

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u/Jjhammer31 4d ago

A cat can smell you 100 feet away, even from behind a door

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u/imtlmb 4d ago

Player got played.

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u/MikeLinPA 4d ago

Cats do this for a living.

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u/ldra994 4d ago

Haha they can see infrared, so the cat probably saw waves of heat coming from under the door!

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u/rhn345 4d ago

Booooooo🤣

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u/BrutalGoerge 4d ago

Having a bad morning, this made me laugh, thanks op

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u/3Heathens_Mom 4d ago

Too funny!! The cat could likely not only smell she was there but hear her breathing.

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u/Comfortable-Survey30 4d ago

Uno - Reverse

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u/Skytraffic540 4d ago

Cat thinking something like “oh this b*tch think I’m stoopid”

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u/likewise2210 4d ago

The ol try to outsmart an apex predator trick eh

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u/Paisewali 4d ago

Cat 1 Human 0

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u/PapiChuloGuero 4d ago

“boo, motherfucker!”

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u/1mikeg 4d ago

Do you not think I can smell you? Hear your breathing? Sense your fear? I am the apex predator and this is MY domain! Now chase me!

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u/AcidCatfish___ 4d ago

I swear, cats can see through things.

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u/fsurfer4 4d ago

Her sweatshirt says Bronx, but the soccer jersey on the guy is not US. Can anybody tell what language they're speaking?

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u/darklibertario 4d ago

Brazilian Portuguese

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u/fsurfer4 4d ago

Thanks.

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u/deniman 4d ago

The most important thing about this video is la camiseta del BETIS güeno 👍🏻😅

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u/randomdude123502 4d ago

They scared each other, so this post doesn't belong here.

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u/i_miss_buddy 4d ago

This cracked me up! It’s something I would do.

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u/sir_bisket 4d ago

My cat thinks hes hidden when he hides his face. He will put his head behind things and freak out when you touch his bum

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u/danielwongsc 4d ago

Waddya think I am, a dog???

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u/ThugLifeCTR 4d ago

Cat: I can smell you behind that door. You ain't slick.

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