Amazing and phobia-inducing

The first time I saw the finale to this, I actually started to panic, wondering about how the cat would get back out. It became a little too much for my latent claustrophobia. But it was a pretty darn good kitty trick!

(Via Cute Overload, who were more taken with the cheesy laughtrack.)

By Keera Ann Fox

I am a bi-lingual American who has lived most of my life in Norway.
Jeg er en tospråklig amerikaner som har bodd mesteparten av mitt liv i Norge.

4 replies on “Amazing and phobia-inducing”

Oh, SURE you were!What I don\’t get is why the kitty decided to get in the vase in the first place?And it\’s hilarious when s/he finally \”swoops\” in. lol.I\’ve seen enough videos of kitties squeezing under door frames that look too narrow for their *heads* to feel creeped out by that video. 😉


If the head will fit, so will the cat, because they can spread their legs 180 degrees apart. Cats lack shoulder blades, and unlike many other four-legged mammals, can also flatten their hips. These features make the cat both flexible and flat.Cats love small, intimate spaces. I think what I needed to see was the cat coming back out, just so I knew it could be done. There\’s not a lot of maneuvering room in that candy bowl.


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