One cat’s adorable routine of getting treats has been melting the hearts of Reddit users since a video was uploaded to the site.
Reddit user u/meowspoopy uploaded a video showing her friend’s cat performing a routine to get treats. Since it was uploaded on Wednesday, May 18th, the post has received around 14,700 positive votes.
In the six-second clip seen here, titled “This is how my friend’s cat asks for treats, it makes me so happy,” the cat can be seen holding its paws and moving them up and down as if she would beg for food.
When the clip was shared on the r/aww forums – a place where people share adorable videos and photos of animals – it was unsurprising that many people flocked to the comments section to share their take on the cat’s precious begging routine.
As of Thursday morning, the clip has garnered more than 132 comments from Reddit users. Many of them were impressed by what they saw and heaped praise on the cat.
One said: “The paws are cute but it’s the meow in the middle that breaks me. Give that cat some treats.”
Another added: “Is he a cat actor? He should earn money for it.”
A third commented: “I had a tiny little dog that did the exact same thing. He looks just as cute when a kitty does it.”
news week asked u/meowspoopy for a comment.
Cat content is some of the most popular on Reddit and social media platforms, with videos alone quickly garnering millions of views on services like TikTok.
It’s not surprising that cats attract so many looks, given that millions of Americans own at least one as a pet.
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 25.4 percent of households in the United States have at least one cat in 2018. It is estimated that 31.8 million households owned at least one cat that year.
news week has regularly shared stories of cats going viral after their photos or videos were uploaded to Reddit.
Earlier this year, an eight-week-old kitten delighted and amused the internet after its owners shared two photos on the platform.
Owner Chance shared a photo of a kitten Sméagol after a bath, in which he looked strikingly like a leprechaun.
A nod to the 1984 cult classic gremlinsone Reddit user commented, “Make sure he doesn’t get wet and under no circumstances should you feed him after midnight,” while another user noted that he may have “already failed after taking the first picture of the cat.” seen post bath time.”
https://www.newsweek.com/cats-routine-treats-melts-hearts-online-making-bank-1708252 Cat’s routine of getting treats is melting hearts online: ‘Should make bank’