Japanese anchor Mugumogu recently conducted a “crazy” experiment on his own cat. He created a wooden door that could limit the height and lured the cat to pass through it. As the height of the wooden door gradually decreased, he observed the cat’s stretching limit.
Despite the difficulty, the robot eventually made it through the 8-centimeter gap. What if the height was lowered by one more centimeter?
At the time, the situation was like this:
However, these two cats are not new to fame. In fact, they are currently one of the most famous pet duos in the world.
The chubby, white-furred cat is named Maru, a male Scottish Fold cat living in Japan. He has been in the spotlight for 10 years, and his videos, which feature him as the main character, have been viewed over 300 million times. He was once considered one of the most famous cats on the internet.
The entire channel is basically dedicated to documenting the daily lives of these two adorable cats. However, their creative owner also likes to conduct some fun experiments with them.
For example…the door experiment, to see how narrow a passage the cats can pass through. The gap was reduced from 23 centimeters to 12 centimeters, but both cats had no problem walking back and forth like they were strolling on the street:
During this time, many emojis naturally emerged…
There are many similar fun experiments, and the owners of these two cats also tested their balance by using a swing.
If you’re interested, you can watch the video below to see how Maru got stuck:
There are also many interesting and fun experiments like this.
As the saying goes, cats have a mind of their own. Apart from that, humans are also curious about why cats like to hide in boxes.
In fact, Maru is a box-loving maniac. His owner has tried different types of boxes to test him, but there is no box that Maru cannot crawl into.
So, from a scientific perspective, why do cats like boxes? There are currently several explanations for this.
Stephen Zawistowski, a scientific advisor for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, has stated that boxes can provide a sense of security for cats.
Utrecht University conducted a grouping experiment by distributing boxes to cats and came to a similar conclusion.
Of course, there are many other reasons, such as warmth, as the small space of a box may be more suitable for sleeping.
However, Maru’s owner is clearly not satisfied with the above answers and wants to know if a cat would give up crawling into a box if it is too small.
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