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Cat attacked by its dinner in viral video

Cat Attacked By Its Dinner

The animal food chain is fairly straight forward: a higher up animal preys on a lower -- but one unfortunate cat found that his food knew how to fight back. Fortunately for the chipmunk, it was a black belt in animal karate, so even when it was in the paws of a cat, it was able to break out some moves against the predator.

The chipmunk didn't bother to wait for the cat to dine before it dashed, forcing the cat to look elsewhere for the next meal. With over 1.5 million YouTube views and counting, this video has everyone rooting for the little guy.

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Tom July 01 2014 at 11:03 AM

To the grade school writers at AOL. Most house cats do NOT eat their prey. They play with it for awhile and then kill it by breaking it's neck or chewing it's head off. It was NOT lookiung for a meal. And that is my good deed for today. Teaching a future liberal.

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Paul July 01 2014 at 11:36 AM

Looks like the cat was just playing with the chipmunk, not trying to actually kill and eat it ..

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Tim & Judy Paul July 01 2014 at 11:54 AM

You are correct :)

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runswthscisors40 July 01 2014 at 11:21 AM

Obama is sending more troops to Iraq, and AOL chooses to post that info on HP, so the HP liberal set can praise his "actions" on Facebook......meanwhile, Conservatives are left reading stories about cats and chipmunks........typical slanted media.............

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truthbear July 01 2014 at 6:22 PM

watch the video folks. The cat lays down and rolls over. He's playing, not hunting. Foolish story.

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Ray July 01 2014 at 6:40 PM

The cat most likely wasn’t very hungry judging from the article photos the cat appears to be very well fed. Cats are predatory animals they have a natural instinct to hunt. If that cat were hungry that chipmunk would had been toast.

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purehawk1 July 01 2014 at 6:11 PM

How stupid can anyone be as this cat was obviously not looking to make a meal of the chipmunk as opposed to merely playing with it. Why is it that people have such tunnel vision and only see what they want to see.

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whiskaz454 purehawk1 July 01 2014 at 9:54 PM

I totally agree with you. This cat most defintely was not trying to eat the chipmunk. They know nothing about cats.

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boardsrbetter July 01 2014 at 10:48 AM

Poor neutered cat, just wants to live out the rest of his days curled up on a couch.

Then this chimpmunk who just got some has to come along and tease him. :/

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hattie54 boardsrbetter July 01 2014 at 11:45 AM

That cute fixed cat will live twice as long as the poor cats stuck outside,esp the feral cats.

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Joy July 01 2014 at 6:55 PM

This cat did not look like it was involved in trying to eat the chipmunk, rather the chipmunk came along and started to attack the cat. Did I miss earlier footage?

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hglauser July 01 2014 at 8:12 PM

Good lord, where is the news AOL?
Your reporting is getting lower and lower.

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msladybug109 July 01 2014 at 2:09 PM

Oh my gosh, how cute. Animals are the best and the funniest to watch.

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