- Photos of a cat have become popular online after its owner, Kelly-Leigh Cooper, shared them on social media
- The pictures show how the cat reacted when its food was accidentally spilled on the floor
- Cooper later posted a video showing the pet happily feasting on the food
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Domestic animals are really lovely to have around. Their peculiar behaviours perhaps make many very fond of them.
The photos of a cat have gone viral online after its owner, Kelly-Leigh Cooper, posted it on Twitter on Monday, October 5.
Cooper said that she mistakenly threw its food on the floor and its reaction was quite a lot. The snaps show the cat very much surprised by the act as it looked at the spilled food and then at the woman.
The reaction has got many talking online. As at the time of writing this report, the tweet has over 500,000 likes with thousands of quoted replies.
In subsequent tweets, Cooper tried to explain the cat's reaction. She also dropped a video of the pet eating the food.
See her tweet and video below:
Below are some of the reactions the post got:
"I once arrived home from work to find my cats lying around, bellies up, exhausted. Confused, I then discovered one must have opened the cabinet I kept their food in, chewed a hole in the bottom of the bag, and released a veritable mountain of kibble upon which they feasted."
"I have two Labradors. If this happened in my house, before you got the chance to take a picture there would have been no food and two dogs with pot bellies."
"Cats are so precious, like we don't deserve them."
"He looks like he said “Eh-Hehhhh” like cardi lmao."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a funny video of a tortoise and a puppy recently surfaced online.
In the clip, the two animals moved a football around in the garden as they created an avenue for entertainment for each other.
The dog which seemed to have an upper hand than the tortoise in moving around with the ball much faster came down to the pace of its pal.
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