Feline pets are among the cutest and smartest, like this cat who will not stop until he gets a taste of his owner's sandwich.
A short Facebook clip shows the cheeky cat trying to outsmart his owner who was making a sandwich in the kitchen..
The cat jumps to the counter only to be put back down by his owner. But he is not a cat that easily gives up. He tries again but his human friend foils his attempt again.
But after a number of attempts, the cat finally is able to snatch a slice of ham. The owner grabs it from the cat but decides to just give it. The cat's perseverance paid off.
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PUTTING AGILITY TO FULL USE
In another video, a cat named Negan managed to steal a bite of his owner's burger.
The short clip shows how Negan puts his agility to full use in order to get a taste of the burger.
He clambers across his owner, who is sitting comfortably in his chair about to enjoy a burger. The first time Negan grabs a bite, his owner succeeds in holding the burger out of reach and driving the cat away.
Negan succeeds on his second attempt with his speedy maneuver.
His canine friends can only watch in envy as he successfully steals a bite of his human friend's meal.
A cat in another video is not as lucky.
Mew Mew the cat repeatedly tries to steal a piece of Panera bread from her owner, Kelley Fultz.
It leads to a tug-of-war, where the human emerges as the winner. The cat fails to snatch his owner's meal.
SMART LIKE DOGS
Cats are known for being difficult to train but some have shown they're just as smart than dogs.
Didga, an adorable kitty, is surprising everyone with some amazing skills caught on video.
In the clip, the kitty is seen following her master’s orders just as the other two dogs next to her.
When the owner asks them to roll over, the two dogs do it one after the other and the trick is quickly followed by Didga.
The smart cat holds the record for the Most Tricks Performed by a Cat in one minute when she performed 20 tricks in Tweed Heads, New South Wales, Australia.
December 28, 2018