Dec 8, 2007

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.)


alice said...


Keera Ann Fox said...

I don't think I was a cat in a past life.

Sravana said...

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. ;)

Keera Ann Fox said...

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.