In the clip, which was uploaded to YouTube, the cat can be seen attempting to make his way down an alley where three cats are lying. Whatever he's done to the cats beforehand, we don't know, but it's fair to say they're pretty annoyed with him.
Instead of trying to take on the three cats, he decides to try and make a break for it and is seen bouncing off a wall, running, jumping and then running some more.
He's made those other three cats look like fools, hasn't he?
The clip has quickly racked up views, as well as attracting comments from people who are impressed with the cat's skills.
And if you love cats, then this job on a Greek island might be right up your street. God's Little People Cat Rescue advertised a vacancy on its Facebook page for someone to come and look after its 55 stray cats who live at the sanctuary on the Greek island of Syros.
Joan Bowell, who is originally from Denmark, has been looking after the sanctuary for eight years when she and her husband moved to the island for health reasons but she is now moving on.
The position includes a 'free' semidetached home with all expenses paid and £320 ($408) a month for part-time hours. All the lucky new employee would need to do is feed them, clean up after them and give them their medication. Sounds simple enough.
On the post, the sanctuary wrote: "From experience the job is most suitable for someone 45+ years of age, who's responsible, reliable, honest, practically inclined - and really, with a heart of gold!
"Apart from feeding the cats the cats will also need heaps of love and attention."
The job is a long-term one, with a minimum six-month commitment following successful completion of a two to four week trial.
Sadly, since the post was shared and went viral, God's Little People Cat Rescue has been so inundated with applications it's no longer accepting CVs.
Typical that I find my dream job and have it taken away on the same day.
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