Cat vs. Fish, or Fish vs. Cat? (video)

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19 Responses to “Cat vs. Fish, or Fish vs. Cat? (video)”

  1. Jesseham says:

    PSA: put down your coffee before pressing play.

  2. knijon says:

    This is not funny, and the guy holding the camera should be ashamed of himself, letting his/her cat get attacked like that…he he he

    • bluest_one says:

      I know! I’m totally appalled that the owner should abuse his cat like this. I mean, it’s one thing to teach a beloved pet a lesson, but to let it learn the hard way like this is CRUUUUEEEEELLLLL. Now that cat has PTFD (Post Traumatic Fish Disorder) and will likely need counselling.

  3. erratic says:

    You can just feel the cat thinking at the end: If you put that on youtube I’ll piss on your toothbrush, hairless one.

  4. CSMcDonald says:

    That’s no fish it’s a honey badger in a suit.

  5. That’s way too small a tank for any size oscar. The old “inch of fish per gallon of water” rule is simply false. 

    • Vic Hoon says:

      Absolutely right – the tiny dimensions of its tank are completely wrong for a fish this size. It’s like keeping a Great Dane in a caravan.

      • Geraint Jones says:

         Classic Oscar tank – purchased when he was cute and yappy, and they size of a small goldfish. 6 months later and he’s 10 inches of angry with no friends left in the tank…

  6. Sirkowski says:

    Even more funny if it’s a piranha. (inb4 irresponsible owner)

  7. angusm says:

    Some days you get lunch, some days your lunch gets you …

  8. My favorite part is how the cat looks at the person filming with a “What the hell was that?” look at the end. 

  9. stegodon says:

    I inherited an enormous (100 gallon +) aquarium from the previous tenants of an apartment I moved into years ago. Not having a lot of time to dedicate to an aquarium at the time, I purchased one fish and a bunch of plants. It was a medium-sized immature oscar. Years later when I moved out of state he was around 15 inches long and would bash himself against the side of the tank every time anyone walked past. Very aggressive fish. I donated him to a local pet store when I moved out. I’m curious what became of him. I don’t think he would have done well in a tank with other fish. He was like Charles Bronson. 

  10. tyger11 says:

    You don’t seem to understand. I’m not locked in here with you. You’re locked in here with *ME*!

  11. Eark_the_Bunny says:

    …and the fish wins by a nose!

  12. Memo to Animal Planet: Change Shark Week to Oscar Week.

  13. Chris says:

    THE HUNTER…HAS BECOME…THE HUNTED. *throw in an inception bwahhhm for good measure*

  14. snah says:

    I had an Oscar named “Oscar”…  original, I know.  So Oscar was around 14 inches long and always hungry. Whenever I had to reach into the 130 gallon tank (cleaning, etc) I had to watch Oscar.  He would eye the activity closely.  And if I didn’t notice, he would slowly work around to behind my arm. Then he would strike!  My arm would be extracted at a high rate of speed and water sprayed about.  Always thrilling.

  15. Kitteh was having a drink – I bet his tongue looked like nom noms ^_^

  16. baronkarza says:

    Looks like kitty’s facial fur  may have been touching the water’s surface. Which means food floating on the surface! Love the cat’s “did you SEE that?” look at the end!

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