Kitten stalks Lizard 1, while Lizard 2 stalks kitten. Badness ensues (video)

A kitten decides to check out the pet lizard, while pet lizard #2 decides it’s going to check out the kitten.

Things didn’t go so well for the kitten.


Kitten and Lizard, in better times.

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18 Responses to “Kitten stalks Lizard 1, while Lizard 2 stalks kitten. Badness ensues (video)”

  1. Just me says:

    Don’t be stupid the kitten has a shock collar around its neck and leg. This is animal cruelty!

  2. milli2 says:

    My cat was actually afraid of a ceramic owl that I set on the ground. To be fair it was at night and it was in a shadow, but for a good five minutes he couldn’t quite figure out if the thing was alive or not. He kept jumping back as if the thing was moving. Hilarious.

  3. milli2 says:

    When doesn’t life end up at Anderson Cooper?

  4. Yep, Chris’ does that – Sushi will be stalking Nasdaq, so Chris will stomp his foot ,and Sushi goes through the roof.

  5. Mike_in_the_Tundra says:

    My ADD really kicked in this time. I wanted to watch the video again, and it’s not too surprising I was soon watching skydiving cats. However, I have no idea how I wandered off into watching Anderson Cooper having giggle fits. I know why I was watching Anderson Cooper, but I just don’t know how I got there.

  6. MonkeyBoy says:

    The earliest source I can find for this is YouTube: “Scared Kitten goes crazy!“, Published on May 7, 2012

  7. pricknick says:

    Bearded Dragons are badasses. Mine will take on any dog.

  8. Mike_in_the_Tundra says:

    My cat is a mature six year old. If she is concentrating on something, she sort of forgets what’s going on around her. I have reached down to pet her when she’s concentrating, and she has jumped a foot in the air.

  9. Naja pallida says:

    No sense of adventure. :)

  10. Zorba says:

    Thanks, NP, but I think I’ll pass!

  11. Naja pallida says:

    I can get you one, if you want! Iguanas are dumped in animal rescues on a regular basis because they’re incredibly hard to care for, and typically not very forgiving to their owners. :)

  12. Zorba says:

    LOL! I have this vision of psychotic lizards! :-)

  13. Zorba says:

    This is a kitten, John. They have fluff for brains, as do moat of the very young of any species. ;-)

  14. Naja pallida says:

    They’re bearded dragons, not iguanas. Bearded dragons actually make great pets, iguanas are large and psychotic.

  15. cole3244 says:

    the kitten must be far sighted, cool video, thanks.

  16. I was also intrigued that the kitten didn’t even realize the one iguana was right next to it from the beginning!

  17. Zorba says:

    I guess that the kitten and the iguanas (they look like iguanas, at least) may have a slight antipathy? LOL!
    Although, I wonder what would have ensued if it was a fully mature cat, with some experience as a hunter. We have had cats in the past (outdoor farm cats) who could chase down and kill snakes, squirrels, and rabbits.

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