Kitty surveillance cams reveal that cats are total murderers

John Moe Aug 8, 2012

Some researchers at the University of Georgia hooked up tiny cameras to house cats and recorded what happens when those cats go out at night running around. Their conclusion as to what those cats do all night: KILLING SPREES AND THRILL SEEKING. 44% of the cats tried to find other animals to kill while 85% of them engaged in dangerous behavior like trying to cross multiple lanes of traffic. Still others invested in pyramid schemes and decided to root for the Seattle Mariners (this sentence is not true but the other ones totally are).  Because the cats are pets, the data could be collected after each night’s prowl and the cameras could be recharged while kitty slept the day away, DREAMING OF MURDER. There’s a video archive of cat patrols where you can see a cat tangle with an opossum.

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