Jurassic Park with Cats Instead of Velociraptors


With the trailer for the upcoming movie Jurassic World newly released to the delight of fans of the Jurassic Park movies, the only thing that would make the franchise even better is to replace the dinosaurs with cats! After all, dinosaurs may be scary looking and intimidating with their ancient looks, but our feline friends can be just as frightening, and maybe even scarier. Sure, they may seem like adorably cute fluffy furballs, but if need be, they can really turn on the fear factor – and that would be really terrifying! While the new movie trailer looks amazing and the other two movies after the first one were almost as good, nothing can really ever top the first original Jurassic Park movie. The only thing that could ever make it any better is to definitely use cats in some capacity in the film – that would make all the difference!

In the video below, you can see cats taking on the roles of velociraptors in a frightening scene in the first Jurassic Park movie. The scene from the 1994 film is one of the movie’s most terrifying moments, when the two grandkids of the creator and owner of Jurassic Park end up in the kitchen by themselves and are being hunted down by two very scary-looking velociraptors. The two children are trying to keep quiet and somehow outrun the two dinosaurs. Of course, instead of the dinos, the things that are chasing the kids are two very gigantic felines. If you know anything about cats, you know that these creatures are very alert beings and are extremely quick – and that is just one scary position you wouldn’t want to be in! This clip is the real, unedited version of the scene in the movie that uses cats instead of raptors.

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