At one point he even tries carrying TWO kittens at once ... but he still can't keep up with their escapes. All throughout the video, the boy keeps calling the cats "situations." It's a situation alright — the most adorable situation ever to happen.
As his parents watch him struggle, his dad says, "How long can this go on for?" The answer? Maybe forever, because that would be perfect, but for this little boy's sake hopefully the ordeal didn't last much longer. There are only so many situations a kid can deal with before nap time.
Check out the full video of this cat situation below!
Humans like to poke fun at their dogs all the time. We laugh when they get themselves stuck in things and take silly pictures of them on the daily. So, when a dog gets a chance to enact some playful revenge, you better believe they are absolutely going to take it.
This dog got ahold of a hose, and, well — the rest was history. The pup instantly started chasing his human across the lawn, very, very gleefully.
They are actually super hilarious — they love blueberries, they purr when you snuggle them and they're also, apparently, sneaky little critters. This YouTube video shows a bold chicken stealing a cat's food ... right from under his nose.
"Oh, let's see what you've got there ... that looks yummy."
House cats seem to take no small amount of pride in their graceful demeanor, strutting about like they own the place as little heirs to the "King of Jungle" mantle. But despite their apparent self-perception as unflappable sorts of creatures, sometimes it doesn't take much to make an otherwise cool kitty lose his composure entirely.
In fact, sometimes all it takes is a sneaky cucumber.
Want more goofy cat videos? Of course you do! Check out when Must Love Cats visited an owner who taught her cats to swim.
(Silver Spring, Md.) — Breaking News from Silver
Spring, Md., where SEVENTEEN inches of snow fell overnight. With cold temps,
ice, sleet and snow still upon us, there is little doubt that it is STILL.
WINTER. Our old friend Punxsutawney Phil has clearly missed the mark
and with a looming indictment, it’s time for new blood. Enter, Animal
AMERICA’S NEXT GROUNDHOG will be a fierce, fluffy competition series that splits 10
wannabe weather forecasters into two teams and pits them head-to-head in a
series of wild, never-before-seen weather challenges. It’s eat or be
eaten – may the best rodent win!
Traveling across the globe to some
of the most remote and most hard-to-predict climates, competitors will struggle
through eight hard weeks on the road and 24 wacky-weather challenges - all for
just one shot at being crowned AMERICA’S NEXT GROUNDHOG.
This Sunday at 10 e/p, Animal Planet airs Eating Giants: Hippo, a special documenting the days following the death of a three-and-a-half ton hippo along the banks of Zambia's Luangwa River. We see some unpleasant moments in the program, one in particular that Neil Genzlinger of The New York Times says "will leave half of the viewing audience pretty darn uncomfortable." Here's what happened when we showed the film to fellow employees: