And Now it’s Time for the Epic Dance Battle of the Kittens!

Dance battle

We have all seen those epic dance battle videos on websites like YouTube.com.  But the funny video you are about to watch, doesn’t contain any human dancers.  Instead you will find seven little kittens doing some dancing of their own. While the ways in which these kittens move, isn’t your typical dance routine, it is amazing to watch!  As you will see these seven kittens are all lined up in a row and facing the camera.  When the music starts these kittens all move their heads at the same time.  This was very fascinating to watch and I am sure that you will enjoy it as much as I have.

As the song continues, they all move together in an almost mirrored like approach.  But what is making these cute little animals move in such a fashion?  Well it is not clear what is making them act in this manner, but I can bet that someone is using one of those laser beams.  They are probably pointing it on the ceiling and the floor to get these kittens to follow it with their heads. But no matter how it was produced, this video is really a neat one.  I really enjoyed watching it and I wonder how the person filming at these cats got all of them to sit still during the project.  There must have been many different takes before they go it down right.  I know it would be really hard to do this alone and I am sure that there is more than one person behind this super cool video.

When it comes to making cute videos, whoever shot this one really knew what they were doing.  I am sure that this video will soon go viral and people all over the world have already started to take interest in it.  There are also quite a few people that have commented positively on the video. So if you are looking for a fun video to help you through the day, this is the one for you.  It will have you smiling in no time and will brighten your mood.  So why not check it out now?

Image via YouTube.com

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