Funny Cat Feels
Cats have a range of emotion, almost like a small human (child?) – but when those emotions are expressed, it comes out as very funny to us humans. Usually the cat displayed that emotion for a fleeting second, but the camera catches and preserves that “feels” as if it was a perpetuated mood. And these cats is so damn funny!
Cats are highly individualistic but cat fanciers assure us that they do make friends — with people, with other cats and even with members of other species. Watching a cat play with his friends is oftentimes hilarious. You can find hundreds of photos and videos on the Internet showing cats snuggling with lizards and other reptiles, “conversing” with other cats that cross their paths and, most of all, interacting with their human companions. In the same way that the old show “Kids Do The Darndest Things” captivated audiences in the ‘50s and ‘60s, viewers today get a kick out of watching funny cats as they unwittingly entertain us by … well, by acting like cats. Most cat owners are aware of the scenario that comes from being woken up early in the morning by their funny cat pouncing on them or deliberately knocking items off the shelf to wake them up. And what cat owner hasn’t had the “pleasure” of being reprimanded by a swipe of a cat paw by an annoyed kitty who feels neglected, over-stimulated or just plain ornery. So why do people put up with the antics of silly, obnoxious, snobby cats? If you’ve ever had a cat crawl into your lap and sigh, curl up and settle down for a snuggle-session, you wouldn’t have to ask the question In addition to being funny and individualistic, cats can be extremely loving pets who provide a great deal of pleasure to their owners. So regardless of whether you’re a fan of purebred, high-society tabbies, common felines or even street-smart cats, you’ll enjoy both professional and amateur videos of funny cats that populate the internet today.