This cat is fine watching a movie about big cats until a male lion appears on the screen – Boing Boing

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Like a human who flinches during a horror movie scene with a jump scare, this cute kitty is so engaged with the growling lions on a TV screen that he actually steps back and falls off his perch when a male lion “approaches” him.
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