Russsian YouTuber Alex Ulitin has rigged a way for people all over the world to interact with his cat in real time. By using certain commands, anyone can feed or play with his orange tabby using YouTube's live chat.
To note: if you want feed the cat, you'll need donate a few bucks:
Any superchat donation – feed the cat. Maybe I will have to raise the threshold to be sure that we don't just put a ton of food on the floor)
No guarantee that cat comes though xD Usually he will.
Here's the live stream. Click through to play along. The commands are in the description text:
I hung out for a while to check it out. The cat didn't come out to play on my watch, though (once) it did come out to eat.
The replacement of Lamp Cat’s jaunty YouTube Music Library track with Era Ameno turns a stupid feline warming its head under a lightbulb into the seraphim Baraqiel, its ceaseless gaze bearing the eternal fire of God’s light.
This video depicts a cat comtemplating at considerable length whether to bop a dog on the head.
Is it real, or is it Memorex? screengrabs via CuteVN Animals
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