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    • Chittering happens slot when they see prey they can't reach
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    • They do it when frustrated that they see something to catch but cannot catch it
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    • Thats called chirping, and cats will do this to attempt to mimic a bird's song or noise to draw it close enough to strike. My cat does this at my window all the time at birds in the trees, and it has brought them to the windowsill since the window is partially open.
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    • I fucking love when my cats do this, I have no idea why they do it, but they'll do it sometimes when I watch tv or something and its adorable lmao
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    • AirplaneFact!: The cat's radar has detected government surveillance drones in the vicinity!! Seek shelter!!
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    • That's a hunting call for cats. They do that when they see birds or squirrels. It's supposed to mock the noise they make to get the animals to come closer making it easier to hunt
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    • Cats are just ground units that “eat”(repair) birds
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    • I had a cat who used to do this when you sneezed. No idea why. I've seen cats doing it looking at birds but he was a unique little weirdo
      Grada 17 jun
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    • If you have a laser toy for your cat, when they are chasing it run the light up the wall and onto the ceiling, they will start to do this.
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    • my cat does that when chasing flies or small bugs. i think it’s some kinda of hunting thing
      RSbt 17 jun
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    • Your cat is glitching bro
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    • your dog is broken
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    • My cat did that when he had to fart it was like a warning to evacuate the area
      hax121 17 jun
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    • Morse
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    • He is tuning into the radio with his brain to listen in on the enemy
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    • Murder chirps
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    • Ooh so fun fact: cats do this in an attempt to mimic birds and lure them in. It doesn’t work very well
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    • You mean “it did this” because that right there is a government surveillance drone malfunctioning because of the bird drone frequencies intertwining.
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    • Morse code to the government surveillance drone. The poor girl doesn’t know what’s coming.
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    • Use a laser pointer on your cat for a while then put it in the middle of the ceiling. Usually gets my cat to do this.
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    • It’s speaking Morse code to the government surveillance
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    • All cats do this
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    • Is this normal because I've owned a cat every day of my life because im 42 and I've never heard one of them make this sound
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    • Me when I try to talk to people
      Alwy 20 jun
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    • World’s greatest beatboxer
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    • Cat.exe has stopped working, please reboot
      Dawsachu 19 jun
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    • Cat.exe has stopped working, please restart.
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    • Cuz she fucking wants down to eat it
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    • It’s still loading.
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    • Weird. My cat did this
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    • Cat.exe has stopped
      Trwump 17 jun
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    • My cat also did that when he saw birds! It was the cutest thing
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    • Geiger counter sounding ass
      daberooni 18 jun
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    • P-P-P-P-Pew P-P-P-P-P-P-Pew P-Pew P-P-P-Pew
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    • That’s a weird looking bird
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    • Speaking the tongue
      wheezler 18 jun
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    • Sounded like a Geiger counter
      Frogboy71 18 jun
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    • Why’s it sped up?
      Oshawatt 17 jun
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    • Cat exe. Is broken
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    • Damn she’s trying to recreate her version of a bird call so they’ll come to her then she eats them what a savage
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    • My cat sit in the window doing this. What’s it mean? Are they Summoning the demon cat to erase birbs?
      CutieLuu 18 jun
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    • How do you pissants feel now? Knowing half your memes are coming from TikTok? Peasant ass humorless bitches.
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    • So weve got 2 skylights in our bedroom right above the bed and my cat every damn morning without fail will sit there on my chest staring out the window at the birds in the tree next door making that same noise and I'd be lying if I said it wasnt the most annoying damn thing on the planet when I'm
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    • My one cat hangs around the window watching the birds and will occasionally do this. It’s because they want to get a bird so bad and they get frustrated that they can’t catch it. And sometimes she’ll get really bothered by them and we try to distract her but it doesn’t work. :/
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    • Let me hunt, LET ME PERFOOOOORM
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    • You also probably had your finger up her asshole.
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    • I_NO_FUN 17 jun
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    • My cat does this when I pick her up by her scruff. It always comes out sounding like "ow"
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    • Lemme grab my priest real quick
      BlameGame 17 jun
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    • She’s hungry
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    • This unintentionally explained to me why they do that. Makes a lot of sense
      GEVLY 17 jun
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    • The chittering imitates the mouth movements they use to clamp down on prey’s neck and crush its spine.
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    • She's doing something very sad she is DUN DUN DUN!!!!! She is dying she is becoming stupid duh she spent to much time with u so ots stupid
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    • Actually, nobody knows why cats do this. People have theory's, but nobody really knows why cats do this. 😸
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    • This is very normal for cats are you retarded lol
      bwaggz 17 jun
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    • Yes cats do stuff.. shocking
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    • My cat never does this. She just stares intensely at things she sees
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    • mosis code to know
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    • Edited
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    • My fat fucking cat Big Smoke does this when he gets into trouble, its his way of back talking
      reatrd 26 jun
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    • Gatling cat...Catling
      FOXFlRE 21 jun
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    • My Misha does the same thing and it’s so cute
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    • Cat Radar!!
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    • Shit be like that
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    • Since they make that noise when the see prey they can’t reach, is it possible that it’s their way or trying to trick the prey into getting close to investigate the noise and entering their range?
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    • It called chirping and they chirp when they can't get to their prey.
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    • Cat.exe has stopped working
      madixj 20 jun
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    • My cat does it to laser pointers but also drools uncontrollably? Is that normal
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    • That is literally my cats 🤣🤣
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    • I’m no FactChecker, but I’m pretty sure this is called chattering. It’s apparently something they do when they’re anticipating the hunt. Although, I’ve seen cats hunt a lot, but never seen one do it. It could be only something they do when they want to hunt, but know they can’t.
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    • autistic cat
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    • It is what cats do to imitate birds for hunting
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    • Cats have two modes. Manipulate and murder
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    • Chattering. Cats do it when they aren’t able to get to their “prey” :D
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    • My kitten used to do this before he disappeared
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    • Shes talking to it
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    • Sounds like Alf's mating call
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    • Your cat's broken...
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    • Fun fact: cats do this to establish an encrypted COM link to nearby government surveillance drones or “birds” as we also call them. Since the B.I.R.D units don’t have transmitters powerful enough onboard to directly transmit to the pentagon
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    • My cat once chirped at some painter’s tape that was on the ceiling
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    • Let the wild animal go outside, my god
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    • Your sentient Geiger counter is broken.
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    • I'm a scat man
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    • My cat doesn't purr, he wheezes and I love him very much.
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    • Your dog is broken
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    • The cutest thing ever
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    • Two cuties
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    • My cat does this when she sees the reflection of the light thats on the wall
      Softnamii 20 jun
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    • So that’s what insatiable murderous intent looks like
      TheRealQ 20 jun
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    • Fucking cat has Tourettes
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    • NSA satellite crossed signals with an FBI satellite, that’s why it made that noise
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    • Governments bird spy signals interfering with aliens spy signals
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    • Cats do this in an attempt to mimic bird sounds to call them closer
      Zach_52 20 jun
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    • Yesss! My hairless cat does the same thing! Haha I love it
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    • It speaks.
      Limuu 20 jun
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