Skip to comments.Cat Shows Serious Hops To Open Freezer
Posted on 04/09/2012 8:03:57 AM PDT by Altariel
We are trying to figure what's more impressive about Oscar the cat in this video.
Is it his super intense game face, staring into the camera like boxers going nose to nose during the pre-fight instructions?
Or is it his insane vertical and commando-style skills in opening the freezer?
In either case, the cat's owners say they have a safety lock on the freezer to keep Oscar from helping himself to fish sticks. (That's the only part of the story we're skeptical about. We would've figured he was making the moves on the ice cream.)
If I EVER tried this on ANY of my kittehs, I’d be a dead woman!
Not at all. I have a very thin cat. She was tiny since day one.
She eats, but never gains weight. Some kitties are just small.
Some cats tolerate water. And some cat owners have made pacts with the Dark One.
Eeek. My cats don’t like to even be picked up. They are truly cats.
I allow them to be them....so that I may live, lol.
Last time I took my Mary to the vet, they were more concerned about me. I was a bloody mess. That was after 1/2 hour - 45 minutes of just trapping her in the bathroom....then the real brawl started!
THAT was a scary video! Katz let hoomins BATHE them??? ARRRRGHHH!
They must have put that car on some serious tranq’s. Although, I did hear the little one’s slight growl a few times!
Yah. Me too. But who am I to “judge?”
Kittehs allow us to be their Servants. So, what more could we want?
LOLOL I also had a siamese cat named Oscar. He showed all the other cats how to open cabinets, and the microwave. LOL
Only non-cat people will be impressed with this. Piggy, one of my resident feline dictators figured out a couple of years ago how to open the dresser so she can nest snuggly on top of whatever black t-shirts happen to be inside. Helena can pop open any floor level cupboard with a quick flick of her paw, and Edgar learned two years back how to turn on the space heater in winter.
AWESOME kitty bump!!
I was terribly impressed, until I realized he was a one trick “pony.”
Now for some action!
I know exactly what you mean!! I have one like that! She likes to be near you but I can barely reach out to touch her -— and she is a wild one when trapped. I truely understand the ‘brawl’!!
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