This Cat Really Does Love to Chase this Mouse

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You remember when you were a child and you were allowed to wake up early on Saturday mornings so that you could go into the living room and watch television? You had to be very quiet, and you could not wake up your parents. This was your prize – your treat – for letting them sleep in without bothering them for something like a drink or a bowl of cereal or anything like that. This is what parents used to have in their lives that we don’t have in our lives anymore. Remember when you used to watch Tom and Jerry? The show about the mouse that was always antagonizing the cat, and the cat that never gave up no matter how rude the mouse was to him?

This is a video that has taken the internet by storm, particularly in China. For some reason, people are crazy in love with the idea that this cat is chasing this mouse around like a madman, and they have watched it more times than we can count. It’s fantastic, and we kind of love it more than we can even admit. This entire video is genius. We brought it to you so that you can see it for yourself and tell us whether or not you get what it is that has people going so insane. I can’t say that I quite get it myself, but it is funny.

https://youtu.be/ADqgHFat5qk


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