Nosy Cat Gets What He Deserves and It’s Hilarious

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Some people are very serious and not fond of jokes and humor. Some people are just naturally hilarious and would spend all day every single day laughing if time and life permitted that to be the case. You can go ahead and classify me into the latter category. There is nothing I enjoy more than laughing and having a good time, and I love a good joke, something funny and those who can laugh at themselves. I like to have a good time, and I’m pretty sure my witty sense of humor is what made my husband decide I was ‘the one’ more than 15-years-ago (he maintains it’s my great behind). I’m with the people who shared this video with the world. It’s funny.

They seem to have an issue with their cat being a bit on the nosy side. They cannot keep him out of things, he makes it his business to get into things that do not concern him, that are not his and that are not meant for cats. So one day when they come home from an outing and stick their bags on the table, they realize that their cat will probably want to know what’s inside. He doesn’t make any effort to look, though. However, they later realize that on their home security camera footage that the cat did check it out, and he got exactly what he deserved for being so nosy and getting into things that were not meant for him. Check out the video here.


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