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Cat glued to television as gymnasts perform at Tokyo Olympics, tries to catch them. Watch

In a video that is now making rounds on the internet, a tabby cat was caught completely immersed onto the television as one of the gymnastics events was going on at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: July 31, 2021 11:55:46 am
2020 Tokyo Olympics, Cat watching the gymnastic event, viral video, cat watching Olympics on TV, cat mimicking Olympics gymnast, cat videos, viral cat videos, Trending News, Viral news, Indian Express newsSince being shared on Twitter by @humorandanimals, the video has managed to garner over 8 million views.

The ongoing Tokyo Olympics has caught the attention of everyone around the world and a video of a cat curiously watching one of the sporting events on television shows even animals are not immune to the games.

In a video that is now making rounds on the internet, a tabby cat was caught completely immersed onto the television as one of the gymnastics events was going on at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The fifty-four-second video opens with the feline having its eyes fixed on a gymnast performing on a horizontal bar, in the artistic gymnast event.

As another participant appears on screen, the cat tries to touch the gymnast performing on uneven bars, through the television screen.

Since being shared on Twitter by @humorandanimals, the video has managed to garner over 8 million views. Take a look at some of the reactions here:

Recently, a child gained internet stardom after a video of her mimicking Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu’s winning moment went viral on social media.

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