Ding Ding!: Cats Ringing Bells For Treats

April 3, 2017

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This is a video of two brother cats demonstrating their ability to ring bells to receive treats. Whatever, anybody can do that. *tries to ring bell, accidentally knocks bell of desk, bends over to pick up bell, rips pants, juicy farts, dies* Eventually, the cat on the left starts ringing his brother's bell, presumably because you get better treats for ringing that one. Is this like Pavlov's dog, but for cats? "Why are you drooling?" I don't know but I can't stop.

Keep going for the video while I start ringing every bell I can find hoping for a Slim-Jim from the sky.

Thanks to Diana K, for reminding me how thankful I am I never taught my dog to ring a bell for treats because there would never not be a bell ringing and I would be certifiably insane by now.

  • GeneralDisorder

    When my first kid was still a baby we had one of those tiny pianos and while we were all out of the kid's room we heard this "ding ding ding" so hurry into the baby's room and I see our kitten playing piano and sitting there looking adorable.

    They're both 9 years old now so neither one is cute anymore. They're both annoying and grumpy.

  • The_Wretched

    Finally, a use for a cat.

  • GeneralDisorder

    They make decent "less lethal" weapons. Just grab a cat that doesn't want to be held and toss it at attackers. Attacker gets severe face-clawing and you get to escape and live to see another day.

  • Meh

    Although monkeys can do that too, even some birds. Cats do it in the cutest way.

    You could probably train a midget even.

  • Jenness

    How cute - but guarantee that they threw out all bells because you'd be hearing it all night long. http://i.imgur.com/cRGF97z.gif

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