Woman Catches Random Cat Performing Pull-Ups To Break Into Her House
In what is video evidence against the myth that cats aren't social animals, the clip below shows the moment a cat is so desperate to hang out with people, it ends up breaking into someone's home.
The ginger cat can be seen hoisting itself onto the opening, paddling its feet over the glass in quick succession, before eventually putting those kitty guns to good use and making it through.
She posted the video alongside the caption: "I don't own a cat." She also added the title: "All that effort and you don't even live here."
Since it was uploaded four days ago, the post has gained more than 1.8 million likes, 80,000 shares and nearly 30,000 comments from people who were delighted with the cat's efforts to get into the woman's house.
"Honestly if a cat put in THAT much effort to enter my home? I'll up my inhaler intake and suffer with allergies because it deserves to stay," wrote one user, reports The Mirror.
Another added: "Correction - You didn't own a cat. Now you do," while a third joked: "This cat did more pull ups than I've done in my entire life..."
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"Who else cheered when the cat finally got through?" quipped a fourth commenter.
Just in case you weren't smiling enough, the story has progressed since then, with @jayee1992 keeping her followers updated on what looks to be their new pet.
A more recent clip shows her toddler stroking the cat alongside a caption that reads: "The only reason I let this cat break in everyday is because she loves my daughter."
In the latest footage, a picture of the kitty is presented with a story about its new family: "I've lived here for two years, and basically inherited this cat as the last tenants fed her.
"She will sleep here some days for up to 9 hours then leave. I'm not going to steal her, but she's persistent at getting inside my house so...
"She lives two doors up with another cat and a dog. I think she prefers my house due to no other pets being here.
"She brings me dead things. The owners might know, she goes back and forth between us."
The dead things? Gross. But everything about this story is just so cute. It seems with a bit of determination, this confident cat has managed to wangle itself not only a new home, but a new best pal too.
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